The Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA), which represents pharmacy benefit managers, is spearheading the effort.
What does PCMA stand for?
PCMA stands for Pharmaceutical Care Management Association
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We have 44 other meanings of PCMA in our Acronym Attic
- Process Change Method, Step 5 (Redesign the Current Process; Software Engineering Institute method)
- Process Change Method, Step 6 (Develop Solution; Software Engineering Institute method)
- Process Change Method, Step 7 (Conduct Pilot(s) and Evaluate; Software Engineering Institute method)
- Process Change Method, Step 8 (Facilitate Organizationl Learning; Software Engineering Institute method)
- Pulse Code Modulation - Phase Modulation
- Pulse Code Modulation with Time-Division Multiplexing
- Personal Computer Memory / Card International Association (usually seen as PCMCIA, now PC Card)
- Pulse Code Modulation 30
- Paired Carrier Multiple Access
- Petroleum and Convenience Marketers of Alabama
- Philadelphia Condominium Managers Association (Philadelphia, PA)
- Plane Control Multiple Access
- Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology (Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland)
- Power Control and Monitor Assembly
- Professional Coaches and Mentors Association
- Professional Convention Management Association
- Program Control Management System
- Proximity-Coupled Microstrip Antenna
- Pulse Code Modulation A-Law (telecommunications)
- Prestressed Concrete Manufacturers Association of California (Glendale, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mark Merritt, President Pharmaceutical Care Management Association "There's no domestic policy issue that's making the public more anxious than health care, with much of the anxiety around cost and on insurance.
The PBM trade group Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA) sued Maine when it enacted the law in 2003, claiming that it overstepped federal, state, and contract boundaries.
In a statement, the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association attributed the slowdown to increased reliance on generic drugs and mail-service pharmacies.