Why does NABP Accreditation Matter?
The Safety of Your Drugs is at Stake
To combat the rise of counterfeit drugs, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) introduced strict standards for wholesale distributors. In order be an NABP Accredited Drug Distributor, distributors must complete a compliance review of their operating policies and procedures, licensure verification, a detailed survey of their facilities, as well as a screening through NABP Clearinghouse.
Already four states (Indiana, Iowa, North Dakota, and Wyoming) require NABP Accredited Drug Distributors for their state license to distribute drugs, with more to follow. Masters goes a step further than we’re required and offers pedigree tracing on all our products, so you can track your products from the manufacturer to your shelves. Trace your pedigrees here.