Recognition of the Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA) continues to increase as CPPA’s accreditation activities expand.More »
Specialty Pharmacy Times
Laurie Toich, Assistant Editor
Accreditation is a way for specialty pharmacies to easily show stakeholders that they consistently meet high standards that allow patients to receive the ideal treatments.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The University of Wisconsin (UW) Hospital and Clinics has begun the Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA) accreditation process for its specialty pharmacy, becoming the first health system in the program.
Pharmaceutical Commerce - April 10, 2016
The specialty focus of today’s pharma industry continues to produce ripples of change in the pharmacy business. First there was the growth of national specialty pharmacy (SP) providers such as Accredo (part of Express Scripts), Diplomat and others; then a seeming land rush for accreditation by hundreds of local, regional and national chains by the URAC organization (to enable these SPs to be part of limited distribution networks chosen by the specialty manufacturer). Now, a relatively new company, KloudScript (Oakbrook Terrace, IL) is hoping to bring in another part: local, mostly independent pharmacies.More »
Specialty Pharmacy Continuum
Author: Gina Shaw
The specialty pharmacy accelerator KloudScript will soon have 500 pharmacies enrolled in its “specialty care at retail” national network of independent, community pharmacies, representatives from the company tell SPC.More »
The Kroger Co. and the Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA) today announced 15 Kroger pharmacies have received community pharmacy accreditation. Kroger is the first national chain retailer to obtain community pharmacy accreditation from CPPA.More »