In a major shift, HRSA has dropped its requirement that the Director of the Office of Pharmacy Affairs (OPA) must have a pharmacy degree and be a licensed pharmacist.

In Pursuit of New 340B Leader, HRSA Expands Its Search Beyond Pharmacists

In a major organizational change, the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has redefined the job of Director of the Office of Pharmacy Affairs (OPA), the HRSA unit that runs the 340B program.

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