What is PCAB? 

The Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) has been established to provide independent auditing of compounding pharmacies, to ensure compliance to the USP 795, 797 and newly-introduced USP 800 standards. 

PCAB is run by the Accreditation commission for HealthCare (ACHC) - a not-for-profit organisation. 

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PCAB Accreditation

PCAB Accreditation is a service of ACHC that assesses the non-sterile and sterile pharmacy compounding processes as defined by the specific set of standards that concentrate on the quality and consistency of medications produced. 

By achieving PCAB Accreditation, compounding pharmacies are able to demonstrate their commitment to compounding the highest-quality medications and thus establish themselves as an industry leader.

PCAB Accreditation offers:

Non-Sterile and sterile accreditation programs compliant with USP <795> and <797>

A consultative approach designed to help pharmacies improve based on survey findings.

A three-year accreditation cycle consisting of an on-site survey in addition to an annual verification of compliance.

Dedicated Account Advisors to assist throughout the entire accreditation process.

Read more about the benefits of accreditation.