The Accreditation Applicant Responsibilities:
The Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA) program is designed to provide a means by which the public may readily identify pharmacies that are appropriately licensed, have agreed to comply with federal and state laws/regulations governing pharmacy practice, and have agreed to adhere to CPPA‘s Standards, Criteria, and other requirements of the Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation program.
The Pharmacy Practice will:
- Verify that they are licensed or registered in good standing.
- Provide information to verify that staff and contractors affiliated with the practice are appropriately licensed or registered and in good standing in all applicable jurisdictions.
- Comply with all applicable statutes and regulations governing the practice of pharmacy.
- Provide information necessary to verify compliance with the accreditation standards.
- Maintain and enforce a comprehensive policy and Procedure process.
- Provide patient care services as specified in the standards
- Maintain a quality improvement program.
- Provide CPPA access to their facility and review all applicable records during a compliance survey.
- Inform CPPA of any conflict of interest with the CPPA surveyor.