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Announcing Our Featured Strategic Partner: Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding

 

The Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding is the largest organization in the U.S. focused entirely on advocating for pharmacy compounding, including pharmacists, technicians, students, researchers, and suppliers, as well as the patients they care for and who rely on the kinds of personalized medication only compounders can prepare.

 

Together with its grassroots organization, the Partnership for Personalized Prescriptions, APC represents more than 150,000 compounders and patients, including pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, physicians, veterinarians, and nurse practitioners.

 

APC's focus in ensuring the rights of physicians to prescribe, of pharmacists to prepare, and of patients to take personalized medication solutions to meet their unique health care needs for a range of issues, including women's health, autism, oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, pediatrics, and others.

 

Our commitment is to lead, to influence, to speak, and to serve the entire pharmacy compounding profession — to help ensure the practice of pharmacy compounding is not merely preserved, but is elevated as a key component of healthcare delivery for millions of patients across America.

 

With so much support, we're able to tackle some big initiatives. Case in point: our upcoming nationwide media campaign. It's aimed at stopping the FDA's threat to restrict compounded bioidentical hormone therapy — treatment that has done wonders for millions of women and men for decades.

 

That threat to cBHT is not only a threat to patients but to pharmacies as well, with cBHT one of the most frequently compounded medication. APC and the coalition we're building are stepping up to counter this threat — and whatever comes next.

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We truly are committed to providing the best possible accreditation experience. This is reflected in the fact that 98% of ACHC’s accredited providers report a positive experience and 98% would refer ACHC to a colleague.  Here’s what ACHC customers have to say:

Customer Service

“Everyone at ACHC helped us through uncharted waters with courtesy, promptness, and professionalism! Every encounter was and still is a positive learning experience. Thank you!"

Sarasota Medical Clinic

Educational Survey Approach

“Our Surveyor, by far, was the most thorough and informative hospice Surveyor I have worked with (including four prior Joint Commission surveys). She recognized the areas we excel in, and educated us in areas requiring improvement in a manner that was professional with the level of expertise that I would look for in a Surveyor.”

Hospice of Iredell County

Relevant Standards

"We found ACHC was the preferred choice because of their experience in specialty pharmacy, relevant standards as they relate to specialty pharmacy, and the approachability and willingness to assist Axium in our success for accreditation. ACHC exceeded Axium's expectation in the area of providing timely feedback, professional mentoring, and partnership."

AXIUM HEALTHCARE PHARMACY, INC.

Education

“What we liked most about the process is how much we learned, especially about charting and how to be extremely clear. We found the whole process to be a very valuable education in best practices.”

At Home Nursing Care

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Announcing Our Featured Preferred Partner: Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding

 

The Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding is the largest organization in the U.S. focused entirely on advocating for pharmacy compounding, including pharmacists, technicians, students, researchers, and suppliers, as well as the patients they care for and who rely on the kinds of personalized medication only compounders can prepare.

 

Together with its grassroots organization, the Partnership for Personalized Prescriptions, APC represents more than 150,000 compounders and patients, including pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, physicians, veterinarians, and nurse practitioners.

 

APC's focus in ensuring the rights of physicians to prescribe, of pharmacists to prepare, and of patients to take personalized medication solutions to meet their unique health care needs for a range of issues, including women's health, autism, oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, pediatrics, and others.

 

Our commitment is to lead, to influence, to speak, and to serve the entire pharmacy compounding profession — to help ensure the practice of pharmacy compounding is not merely preserved, but is elevated as a key component of healthcare delivery for millions of patients across America.

 

With so much support, we're able to tackle some big initiatives. Case in point: our upcoming nationwide media campaign. It's aimed at stopping the FDA's threat to restrict compounded bioidentical hormone therapy — treatment that has done wonders for millions of women and men for decades.

 

That threat to cBHT is not only a threat to patients but to pharmacies as well, with cBHT one of the most frequently compounded medication. APC and the coalition we're building are stepping up to counter this threat — and whatever comes next.

achc spotlight

Announcing Our Featured Preferred Partner: Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding

 

The Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding is the largest organization in the U.S. focused entirely on advocating for pharmacy compounding, including pharmacists, technicians, students, researchers, and suppliers, as well as the patients they care for and who rely on the kinds of personalized medication only compounders can prepare.

 

Together with its grassroots organization, the Partnership for Personalized Prescriptions, APC represents more than 150,000 compounders and patients, including pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, physicians, veterinarians, and nurse practitioners.

 

APC's focus in ensuring the rights of physicians to prescribe, of pharmacists to prepare, and of patients to take personalized medication solutions to meet their unique health care needs for a range of issues, including women's health, autism, oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, pediatrics, and others.

 

Our commitment is to lead, to influence, to speak, and to serve the entire pharmacy compounding profession — to help ensure the practice of pharmacy compounding is not merely preserved, but is elevated as a key component of healthcare delivery for millions of patients across America.

 

With so much support, we're able to tackle some big initiatives. Case in point: our upcoming nationwide media campaign. It's aimed at stopping the FDA's threat to restrict compounded bioidentical hormone therapy — treatment that has done wonders for millions of women and men for decades.

 

That threat to cBHT is not only a threat to patients but to pharmacies as well, with cBHT one of the most frequently compounded medication. APC and the coalition we're building are stepping up to counter this threat — and whatever comes next.