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Pharmacists Mutual

Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Company provides a wide variety of financial products for pharmacists.

  • Business Insurance
  • Personal Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Financial Planning 

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Pharmacy Quality Commitment 

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The PQC program is a continuous quality improvement program that enables pharmacies to comply with provider network contract requests. This program consists of the Sentinel Workflow System and the Quality Manager Audit System. A product of the National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations (NASPA) the program includes:

  • Practice Guidelines
  • Print and audio training materials
  • Best practices training cards
  • Quality-related events/error reporting
  • Quality manager tools and upgrades
  • Online technical support
  • Periodic medication safety and trend report

For more information, call 866-365-7472 or visit the PQC website  


Alliance for Patient Medication Safety

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The Alliance for Patient Medication Safety┬« is a federally listed Patient Safety Organization (PSO), which allows our pharmacy members to participate in continuous quality improvement in a safe environment. Pharmacists can share information about trends and best practices associated with dispensing errors or other medication errors with absolute confidentiality. Participating pharmacy members can track and study patient safety data without fear of exposure. We provide independent, chain, and compounding pharmacies with quality assurance programs. Our tools and programs help with reporting patient safety events, implementing corrective training, and preventing risk.


Pharmacy Technician Certification Board

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PTCB was established in 1995 by the American Pharmacists AssociationAmerican Society of Health-System PharmacistsIllinois Council of Health-System Pharmacists; and Michigan Pharmacists Association; and joined by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy in 2001. PTCB advocates for a single national standard for pharmacy technician certification that is recognized and supported by the profession. Establishing a national standard for pharmacy technician certification is consistent with the approach used by other health professions, including the pharmacist licensure process.         




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