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NCPA 2023 Annual Convention & Expo


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Chancy installed as
NCPA 2022-23 president

At Wednesday's House of Delegates meeting, Hugh Chancy was installed as 2022-23 NCPA president. Chancy, Born and raised in Hahira, Ga., is co-owner of Chancy Drugs, with five retail pharmacies and one closed-door pharmacy in South Georgia. The business specializes in compounding, specialty packaging, and enhanced clinical services. In his remarks to the House of Delegates, Chancy said, "The pandemic has been a kick-start for pharmacy practice transformation. As a profession, we are finally looking at what we are capable of accomplishing differently. Because of this, payers and patients have greater expectations from us." Chancy discussed the importance of clinical services, the need to strengthen network access standards, the value of strong pharmacy teams and the need for reforms to the pharmacy payment system, among other things.

Hugh is the son of a pharmacist and is also married to a pharmacist, Tina Chancy. Their son Patrick has followed them into the business. Introducing his father at the House of Delegates, Patrick described his father's influence and ended with, "It's really cool working with your best friend and hero every day." Hugh thanked his family and friends for supporting him along the way and said, "We have many opportunities in the coming year to transform pharmacy. I'm up for the challenge."

Also at Tuesday's meeting, delegates confirmed this slate of leaders:

Board of Directors

President – Hugh Chancy, Hahira, Ga.
President-elect – Lea Wolsoncroft, Birmingham, Ala.

Chair – Jeff Harrell, Ilwaco, Wash.
Jonathan Marquess, Woodstock, Ga.
Dared Price, Winfield, Kan.
Kristen Riddle, Conway, Ark.
Christian Tadrus, Moberly, Mo.
Justin Wilson, Midwest City, Okla.
Immediate past-president – Michele Belcher, Grants Pass, Ore.


Vice president – Ben McNabb, Eastland, Texas
Vice president – Steve Moore, Plattsburgh, N.Y.
Vice president – Ashley Seyfarth, Aztec, N.M.
Vice president – Khanh-Long (Ken) Thai, San Marino, Calif.
Vice president – Hashim Zaibak, Milwaukee, Wisc.

Delegates also approved position statements on several different issues: resolving that pharmacists should be held harmless in the face of conflicting state and federal guidelines, regulations, and laws; opposing payer restrictions on pharmacy purchasing practices; resolving that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services should establish reasonable pharmacy reimbursement under Medicare Part D; and supporting state policies granting pharmacists prescriptive authority to more medications.

Celebrating excellence

These individuals were recognized in Kansas City:

  • Tim Mitchell of Mitchell's Drug Stores, based in Neosho, Mo., was presented with the 2022 NCPA Innovation Center Outstanding Adherence Practitioner Award in recognition of his commitment to improving medication adherence. The award is sponsored by RxSafe. Details here.

  • James R. Schiffer, a partner in the law firm of Allegaert Berger & Vogel LLP whose law practice draws on his many years of pharmacy and business experience, was awarded the 2022 John W. Dargavel Medal by the NCPA Foundation. Details here.

  • Marc Ost, co-owner of Eric's RX Shoppe in Horsham, Pa., received the 2022 NARD Ownership Award. Details here.

  • Kendall Guthrie, PharmD, BCACP, director of co-curriculum and clinical associate professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy, was named 2022 Outstanding Faculty Liaison of the Year by the NCPA Foundation. Details here.

  • Megan G. Smith, PharmD, BCACP, a community pharmacist at The Pharmacy at Wellington in Little Rock, Ark., and an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy, was named the recipient of the 2022 National Preceptor of the Year Award by the NCPA Foundation. Details here.

Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors



Future NCPA Annual Conventions

2023 – Orlando, FL - Oct. 14–17

2024 – Columbus, OH - Oct. 26-29

2025 – New Orleans, LA - Oct. 18-21