American Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (AIPS)

Practice Resource Center

Improving healthcare services and capabilities requires both an understanding of the areas in need of improvement as well as designing methods to meet the challenges. Constructive change occurs best when it is proactive and collaborative in nature. AIPS works to build communities of healthcare specialists to work together to design and provide practical resources and solutions .


Professional Practice Network

This specialty practice network of medication therapy management practitioners creates an enhanced platform for building successful practice models and a collaborative approach of managing practice systems and overhead expenses. In addition, this unified practice model network allows for improved communications and interfacing with healthcare payers, health information systems, and the medical community. Standardizing the delivery documentation in real-time helps to accelerate the utilization of medication therapy management services. The collaborative network also creates a new opportunity for personal and professional development and career management.

MTM Treatment Guidelines Development

AIPS is expanding on a dynamic repository of medication therapy management guidelines. Working with leaders in different therapeutic areas, the repository serves as a resource center for health plans, hospitals, and practicing pharmacists who are active in direct patient care roles.

Specialty Training Programs

Online training, expert mentoring, webinars, and onsite conferences provide an array of opportunities to expand and accelerate the development of critical skills involved in advance practice models. This content is targeted towards both academic training centers and established practitioners. Learn from leading experts and educators and be a part of today’s cutting edge solutions in medication outcomes and patient safety. The collaborative and dynamic education model is an opportunity for practitioners to share and shape the direction of healthcare.

  • Clinical Skills
  • Practice Management
  • Physical Assessment & Diagnostics
  • Communications
  • Leadership Development
  • Health Information Technology
  • Fraud, Waste & Abuse
  • Forensics