Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licensing Compliance Guide
There is no shortage of regulatory challenges in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. The day-to-day operation of a health-related business means adhering to numerous regulations, but before a business can even open its doors, there are often licensing and registration requirements to meet.
Keeping up with professional licensing requirements is key to maintaining your legal authority to practice in a state. Up-to-date licensing allows you to enter new markets, open new facilities, hire employees, and seek financing opportunities. Failing to observe licensing requirements can result in state imposed penalties and delinquencies, which can delay the growth of your business.
The good news? An experienced, dedicated compliance partner can help you take a proactive approach to maintaining healthcare and pharmaceutical licensure and certification. Contact Harbor Compliance today to help you simplify the professional licensing process.
The following guide contains requirements for many types of healthcare and pharmaceutical industry licenses.
Licensing for Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Companies
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Licenses for Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Professionals
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Explore Licensing by State
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Controlled Substance Registration - In addition to a pharmacy license, controlled substance registration registration is required in many states for pharmacies that distribute controlled substances.
NABP (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy) - Host a variety of programs and resources relating to pharmacist and pharmacy licensure and examination.
Pharmacist in Charge - A licensed pharmacist designated by a pharmacy to act as the party responsible for compliance with regulations.
VPP (Verified Pharmacy Program) - A program run by NABP that allows state boards to share information and more easily register out-of-state pharmacies.