Second Source Rx earns NABP Drug Distributor Accreditation

Sandra Levy
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Second Source Rx has earned Drug Distributor Accreditation from the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.

NABP’s Drug Distributor Accreditation, formerly known as Verified-Accredited Wholesale Distributors, is a resource for industry and regulatory bodies that establish uniform safeguards meant to protect the public health. Drug Distributor Accreditation plays a pivotal role in preventing counterfeit drugs from entering the United States drug supply and protects the public from drugs that have been contaminated, diverted or counterfeited.

“Since we founded this business in June 2019 and launched our brand into the market in August, we’ve been on a rapid pace to create a new credible distribution partner for pharmacies," said Bill Verosky, CEO of Second Source Rx. "With a focus on regulatory compliance and security of the supply chain guiding our operations, customers can be confident in the products and services that we provide. Our achievement of accreditation provides validation that we are on the right path in building a business that can be a leader in the wholesale distribution of pharmaceuticals into the future."

This accreditation process required Second Source Rx to demonstrate compliance to a comprehensive set of regulatory standards and best practices in safely distributing prescription drugs from manufacturers to pharmacies and other institutions.

“NABP congratulates Second Source Rx on achieving this important recognition,” said NABP executive director/secretary Carmen Catizone. “By earning the Drug Distributor Accreditation, they demonstrate their commitment to preventing counterfeit drugs from entering the U.S. drug supply, and they hold a pivotal role in protecting public health.”