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CPPA accredits KloudScript’s specialty-at-retail model


OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. — The Center for Pharmacy Practice Accreditation (CPPA) has accredited specialty pharmacy care network KloudScript’s partnership with Illinois independent pharmacy Doc’s Pharmacy, the company announced Tuesday. This marks the first time a specialty-at-retail provider and a pharmacy have been given a joint accreditation from CPPA. 


The partnership between KloudScript and Doc’s Pharmacy allows for patient access to specialty pharmacy treatments at retail as an alternative to mail-order specialty pharmacies. 


“Patient experience is an important factor in specialty pharmacy care, influencing positive and cost-effective outcomes for patients,” CPPA executive director Lynnae Mahaney said. “CPPA’s accreditation of the partnership between Doc’s Pharmacy and KloudScript is a recognition of their commitment to quality and recognizes that KloudScript’s specialty pharmacy service model is aligned with the goals of improving outcomes and lowering health care costs.”


CPPA’s aim is to serve public healthy by raising the level of patient care services delivered at the pharmacy, the organization said. KloudScript said it assists its pharmacy partners with the CPPA accreditation process by providing specialized training


“CPPA accreditation of KloudScript with our founding pharmacy partner, Doc’s Pharmacy, marks an important milestone for KloudScript and our unique specialty pharmacy offering, validating that personalized, specialty-at-retail care meets the highest standards of quality assurance in the industry,” KloudScript founder and CEO Rinku A. Patel said. “It is strong evidence for prescribers, patients, payors and pharmaceutical manufacturers that you can have confidence in KloudScript’s community led specialty pharmacy care model.”


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