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NABP’s Supply Chain Inspection is best suited for participants in the medical supply chain that store, handle, and ship prescription drugs and devices or own title to a drug or device while using a third party to store, handle, and ship on the facility’s behalf. Participants of the program will receive an inspection report detailing a facility’s observed practices that may satisfy an entity or agency’s inspection requirement.

  • Signify customer and patient safety  – Demonstrate your facility’s commitment to protecting customers from receiving prescription drugs and diagnostic over-the-counter (OTC) medical devices that have been contaminated, diverted, or counterfeited.
  • Consolidate inspections  – Applicants are provided an inspection report that may satisfy inspection requirements for multiple state agencies or other entities.
  • Efficient process  – Accomplished by qualified supply chain experts with minimal interruption to your staff and business.

Supply Chain Inspection is ideal for facilities that:

  • Need an inspection for renewing or obtaining nonresident licensure.
  • Want to pursue NABP Drug Distributor Accreditation or OTC Medical Device Accreditation for which Supply Chain Inspection is a prerequisite.

Interested in learning more?

Complete the form to request more information.

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How do I get started?

The first step in the process is to apply for a Supply Chain Inspection. Once your application, required documentation, and specified fees have been received and reviewed and you have agreed to the terms and conditions :

Apply

Follow these steps to submit a Supply Chain Inspection application.

  1. Ensure that your facility is  eligible  for a Supply Chain Inspection.
  2. Log in to your business e-Profile and apply for a Supply Chain Inspection
  3. When the request for an e-Profile ID is approved, complete the full profile for your facility in the My Business e-Profile section. The information is needed before an inspection application can be completed.
  4. Find the Policy and Procedure (P&P) Overview document within the Instructions and FAQs section after logging into your business e-Profile and complete this document in its entirety. Gather all P&Ps referenced in the Overview document and save all files, including the completed P&P Overview. The files will be uploaded in the Supply Chain Inspection application.
  5. Gather supporting documents for the application .
  6. Start an application by clicking the Application tile on your e-Profile dashboard. Then click Create New Application in the top right corner of the page.
    • Select the + icon next to the Supply Chain Inspection tile and select your facility to begin the application.
    • If you are unable to proceed due to facility ineligibility, more information can be found in the  Help section .
  7. Proceed through the application and submit when complete.

Supply chain inspections typically occur within eight weeks after we receive a complete application. An application is considered complete once payment is received and all outstanding requirements related to the application are resolved; however, the amount of time it takes to complete the supply chain inspection process varies and may be impacted by a facility’s preparedness and whether there is pending discipline.

Make sure to read the terms and conditions prior to starting the application.


Interested in pricing?

Log in to your business e-Profile account and visit the Instructions and FAQs section to access pricing. Don’t have an account? Create your free business e-Profile account today.

Who is eligible to have an inspection?

  • Prescription drug wholesale distributors
  • Prescription medical device distributors
  • Active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) distributors
  • API repackagers
  • Repackagers of finished prescription drugs
  • Veterinary prescription drug distributors
  • Reverse distributors
  • Sample distributors
  • Investigational drug distributors
  • Manufacturers
  • Virtual distributors and manufacturers
  • Third-party logistics providers (3PLs)
  • OTC medical device distributors
  • 503B Outsourcing Facilities
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