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Member boards seeking to enhance their pharmacy inspection processes have identified us as their best option for assistance. Over the years, we have proven our ability to balance the needs of the boards and make the protection of public health a primary concern. Working closely with board members, inspectors and compliance staff, and board executive officers, we have created tools and services that enable the exchange of valuable knowledge and the building of robust inspection programs in any state.

Inspection Blueprint Program

Working together to create a state-based program of robust inspection processes

The Multistate Inspection Blueprint Program supports states that have the resources to perform resident inspections by providing the Inspection Blueprint, a living document that includes a minimum set of criteria for pharmacy inspections. Utilizing the current United States Pharmacopeia standards, along with field operations’ best practices developed in partnership with participating boards of pharmacy, the Inspection Blueprint provides the various tools needed to ensure that you can inspect resident sterile compounding pharmacies that ship across state lines. 

United States map showing states participating in the Blueprint Program
Current Blueprint States

Becoming a Blueprint State

If you wish to join the Blueprint Program, your board must agree to the following processes for inspecting in-state sterile compounding pharmacies that ship to other states: 

  1. Use either the Universal Inspection Form – Sterile Compounding Module (Universal Inspection Form) or the state’s sterile compounding inspection form, which has been reviewed by our staff to ensure that it meets the Inspection Blueprint standards. 
    • If you choose the Universal Inspection Form, you will use this form when inspecting pharmacies that ship sterile compounded products to other states. In the future, participation may expand to include general pharmacy and nonsterile compounding. Contact our Member Relations and Government Affairs staff to obtain a copy of the Universal Inspection Form. 
    • If you want to use your own sterile compounding inspection form, we will first “crosswalk” or compare it to the Universal Inspection Form. We will work with you on any changes that must be made to ensure uniformity across participating states. 
  2. Attest that the inspectors/compliance officers who conduct these inspections receive qualified NABP-approved training. 
  3. Agree that the inspectors/compliance officers will participate in annual training. 
    • We will provide training at no cost to boards. 
  4. Inspect the sterile compounding pharmacies no less than once every 18 months.  
  5. Share inspection reports with other states (if not prohibited by state law). 

Interested in becoming a Blueprint state?

Contact our Member Relations and Government Affairs staff for your program agreement form today.

Verified Pharmacy Program (VPP)

The third-party pharmacy inspection program most widely recognized by state boards of pharmacy across the nation

The Verified Pharmacy Program ® (VPP ® ) provides boards of pharmacy with inspection and license verification services and ensures that you have complete and accurate information to make pharmacy licensure decisions. When states lack the resources to conduct timely and robust inspections, VPP can bridge the gaps. Through this program, our surveyors perform the pharmacy inspection at no cost to you. 

Utilizing VPP inspection reports, along with license verification and disciplinary information provided through the NABP Clearinghouse , you can efficiently make informed decisions on licensure or the licensure renewal for nonresident pharmacies. Pharmacies that operate in multiple states have found VPP to be a practical and cost-effective solution because just one inspection often satisfies the requirements in most states.

VPP Benefits for the Boards

A Comprehensive Tool for Your Board

The information collected about a pharmacy when it goes through a VPP inspection equips you with the detailed information you need to make accurate, fully informed licensing and license renewal decisions. Via NABP e-Profile Connect, you may view: 

Interested in learning more about VPP?

Contact our Member Relations and Government Affairs staff for your program agreement form today.

The pharmacy inspection is not an accreditation program, and we do not make any determination of “passed” or “compliant” with regard to any specific state regulations. The state determines a facility’s compliance based on the findings of the inspection, and completion of the inspection does not imply our endorsement or approval.  

Supply Chain Inspection

Protecting the public health against ongoing threats to our nation’s drug supply chain

Our Supply Chain Inspection service is a regulatory inspection for facilities engaged in the distribution of prescription drugs and prescription medical devices. This inspection’s focus is adopted from our Drug Distributor Accreditation and provides a snapshot of a supplier’s operations at a point in time. Participants of the program will receive an inspection report that may satisfy an inspection requirement from an entity or agency. 

The information collected about a supplier when it goes through an inspection equips your board with the detailed information needed to make accurate, fully informed licensing and license renewal decisions. Via NABP e-Profile Connect, you may view: 

Supply Chain Inspection Benefits for the Boards

Interested in learning more about our Supply Chain Inspection service?

Contact our Member Relations and Government Affairs staff for your program agreement form today.

The supply chain inspection is not an accreditation program, and we do not make any determination of “passed” or “compliant” with regard to any specific state regulations. The state determines a facility’s compliance based on the findings of the inspection, and completion of the inspection does not imply our endorsement or approval.

Accreditation Programs

We developed several accreditations to provide uniform standards that enhance pharmacy practice and protect public health. Several states recognize NABP accreditation as a prerequisite for licensure. Learn more about how our accreditation programs ensure public safety. 

Interested in learning more?

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