2017 Regular Session
Testimony submitted for Bill Sessions prior to the 2021 Regular Session can be found in the Presentations Displayed in Committee section on this page.
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|Theodore Simmons testimony||clinical pharmacist, Home-Based Primary Care, Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic, Klamath Falls||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Laura Simmons testimony||clinical pharmacy specialist, Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Danielle Backus et al. testimony||School of Pharmacy, Pacific University Oregon||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Daniel Conant testimony||clinical pharmacist, Klamath Tribal Health and Family Services Pharmacy||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Timothy Langford testimony||clinical pharmacist, assistant chief pharmacist, Klamath Tribal Health and Family Services||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Rep. Carl Wilson article 1||House District 3 (Hospital Readmissions Linked to Lack of Pharmacy Access)||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Rep. Carl Wilson article 2||House District 3 (Lack of pharmacy access sends...)||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Rep. Carl Wilson article 3||House District 3 (In rural Oregon people can have trouble getting medication)||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|Scott Ekblad testimony||Oregon Office of Rural Health||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
|David Pollack testimony||M.D., Oregon Health and Science University; Chair, Oregon Health Policy Board, Health Care Workforce||3/13/2017||House Committee On Health Care|
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