Millions of Americans lack adequate access to primary health care; increased demand can exacerbate this problem. A fast growing senior population, increased diagnosis of chronic conditions, and a larger insured population through the Affordable Care Act are putting strains on our health system. Unfortunately, there are not enough providers to meet the demand needed to care for these individuals effectively. This is particularly problematic for patients living in medically under-served or health professional shortage areas. Pharmacists can help fill this void. However, Medicare does not reimburse pharmacists for providing Part B services even if they are permitted to provide such services under state scope of practice law.