Why Accreditation?

The Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA) created standards that recognize pharmacy practices that provide an advanced level of patient care, services, quality, and safety.  CPPA created practice standards for three types of pharmacy practice; community, specialty, and telehealth.

Accreditation indicates measurable, safe, and effective patient care is provided by that pharmacy practice and distinguishes those practices and their value within the healthcare system. Providers, patients and payers can have confidence the pharmacy practice has a consistent level of service and can improve patient outcomes.

For more information about accreditation of your community practices, specialty practice, or telehealth practice, please complete this form.

Contact Us


ADVERTISEMENT