Los Angeles, California — Premier Pharmacy Services has been accredited by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP®) for digital pharmacy practice.
NABP’s Digital Pharmacy Accreditation signifies to patients, payers, and providers that the pharmacy organization is recognized for its commitment to quality health care and safe pharmacy practices over the internet. Digital Pharmacy Accreditation was created to recognize safe and legitimate pharmacies with an internet presence that stand out against the ever-growing list of rogue pharmacy websites. In addition to the thorough review process and on-site survey, Premier Pharmacy Services website was verified to review the pharmacy’s online presence and medication-related websites to ensure that they are properly licensed and follow applicable laws and business best practices.
“NABP congratulates Premier Pharmacy Services on achieving this important recognition,” says NABP Executive Director/Secretary Lemrey “Al” Carter, PharmD, MS, RPh. “By earning Digital Pharmacy Accreditation, they demonstrate their commitment to providing patients with safe access to high-quality health care.”
Premier Pharmacy Services is a specialty pharmacy servicing patients nationwide. They are headquartered in Baldwin Park, California, with additional locations in Missouri, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. With over 600 team members working around the clock 365 days a year to serve patients, Premier ensures the best clinical outcomes by building customized programs around patients individual disease states. They are known for their ability to quickly gain access for challenging patients and products. With a unique approach designed for orphan, rare disease, oral oncology, specialty infusion, and limited distribution products, Premier provides the high-touch specialty therapy management pharma and biotech manufacturers need and appreciate.
About the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) is the impartial professional organization that supports its member regulatory state boards of pharmacy in creating uniform regulations to protect public health. Founded in 1904, NABP aims to ensure the public’s health and safety through its pharmacist competence assessment programs, license transfer and verification services, as well as through pharmacy inspection and accreditation programs. For more information, please visit www.nabp.pharmacy.