Cedra Pharmacy, Inc. is accredited by Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) for compliance with a comprehensive set of standards. ACHC is a third-party accreditation organization that has developed the highest national standards that providers are measured against in order to illustrate their ability to effectively and efficiently deliver quality healthcare products and services to consumers. By choosing a healthcare provider that has achieved ACHC accreditation, you can take comfort in knowing that you will receive the highest quality of care.
Cedra Pharmacy, Inc. is accredited by Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) for compliance with PCAB pharmacy compounding accreditation standards. PCAB is a service of Accreditation Commission for Health Care and is a third-party accreditation organization that has developed the highest national standards that providers are measured against in order to illustrate their ability to effectively and efficiently delivery quality compounded medications to consumers. PCAB performs on-site visits with industry-expert Surveyors who audit specific areas of performance. PCAB Accreditation also requires annual validation to ensure continued compliacne with all applicable standards. By choosing a compounding pharmacy that has achieved PCAB Accreditation, you can take comfort in knowing that the pharmacy meets national quality standards.
URAC Specialty Pharmacy Accredited
The URAC accreditation process demonstrates a commitment to quality services and serves as a framework to improve business processes through benchmarking organizations against nationally recognized standards. URAC accreditation is nationally recognized by state and federal regulators to ensure the highest level of quality is delivered to consumers. URAC accreditation and its programs and standards appear in state legislation, state regulation, and federal regulation.
URAC Mail Service Pharmacy Accredited
URAC’s Mail Service Pharmacy Accreditation standards cover core organizational quality, customer service, communications and disclosure, drug utilization management, pharmacy operations, and a process for mail service outcomes measurement and quality improvement.
The URAC-accredited mail service pharmacy:
Maintains ongoing consumer communications and support, including e-mail, telephone, and in-person.
Ensures the timeliness and performance of customer service center operations, including telephone performance monitoring and metrics.
Has a communication protocol in place to provide consumer notification regarding Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Class I drug recalls.
Provides information that are appropriate to the diversity of its enrollment population.
Supports electronic prescribing and is integrated with its medication management systems.
Acts as a patient advocate to gain access to medications through sources outside of the third party payer if necessary.
Has written policies and documented procedures for reporting drug utilization management findings to the quality management committee or other quality oversight body.