At Chemistry Rx, we continue to meet and exceed the highest accreditation standards in the compounding industry in the U.S.
Meeting and Exceeding Quality Standards
To earn PCAB/ACHC Accreditation, Chemistry Rx completed an extensive application process and developed standard operating procedures specific to our pharmacy to ensure that we are practicing at the highest standards of quality and safety. PCAB with leading experts in the field of compounding reviewed our procedures and conducted an extensive on-site inspection of our pharmacy. When these stringent evaluations were completed, we received the PCAB Seal of Accreditation and the right to use the designation “PCAB Accredited® compounding pharmacy.” We regularly undergo PCAB/ACHC on-site inspections to demonstrate continued adherence to our quality and safety guidelines.
Importance of Accreditation and Quality
When choosing a compounding and specialty pharmacy, it’s important to know what standards they hold. Ask your compounding pharmacy these questions to ensure they follow quality and safety guidelines and they are allowed to dispense medications in the state where you live.
Are you accredited?
Our answer: Chemistry Rx is PCAB / ACHC accredited as a compounding pharmacy.
Where are you licensed?
Our answer: Chemistry Rx is licensed in all 50 states plus territories and has an additional 25 Medicaid licenses.
Are all of your active ingredients designated specifically for human compounding?
Our answer: Chemistry Rx only uses active ingredients from FDA-registered manufacturers that are designated and safe for human compounding.
The Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) is a nonprofit organization that provides a voluntary accreditation program for compounding pharmacies nationwide. It was formed by eight of the nation’s leading pharmacy associations to promote, develop, and maintain principles, policies and standards for improving the quality of pharmacy compounding nationwide, contributing their time, money, and leadership to make PCAB, a voluntary system of standards for compounding pharmacies, a reality.
PCAB assesses those pharmacies that voluntarily apply, and awards the PCAB Seal of Accreditation to those pharmacies that accept the PCAB requirements, meet the criteria, and comply with the Rules and Terms of the PCAB program, including adherence to PCAB Standards. The PCAB Seal of Accreditation provides evidence of adherence to quality standards and to principles of the profession of pharmacy compounding.
A prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for compounded medications.
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