NABP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit association that protects public health by assisting its member boards of pharmacy and offers programs that promote safe pharmacy practices for the benefit of consumers.
The Electronic Licensure Transfer Program enables licensed pharmacists to easily transfer their existing license from one state to another.
This examination measures candidates’ knowledge of the practice of pharmacy and is just one component used by boards of pharmacy in their licensure process.
This examination combines federal- and state-specific questions to test pharmacy jurisprudence knowledge; 49 boards of pharmacy utilize the MPJE.
An assessment tool for schools and colleges of pharmacy to measure student performance; it may also help evaluate a school’s curriculum.
An accreditation program for wholesale drug distributors that was developed to help protect the public from contaminated, diverted, or counterfeited drugs.
Verified Pharmacy Program
NABP’s Verified Pharmacy Program (VPP) streamlines the process for pharmacies obtaining or renewing licensure in multiple states. VPP assists applicants with meeting inspection requirements and allows for the distribution of necessary information to the boards where a new or renewed license is being sought.
.Pharmacy Verified Websites Program
NABP has reviewed nearly 11,500 internet drug outlets selling prescription medications and found 96% to be out of compliance with United States pharmacy laws and practice standards that protect the public health. The .Pharmacy Verified Websites Program provides a means for consumers around the globe to be sure the medications they buy online are safe.
NABP’s DMEPOS accreditation program is the most reliable and cost-effective choice for pharmacies seeking accreditation. With more than 100 years of experience in pharmacy, NABP understands the complexities of modern pharmacy practice and is committed to ensuring that Medicare beneficiaries receive the appropriate products, services, and patient care associated with DMEPOS products.
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