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The Corporate Patron Program

 

Help us promote and protect the profession.
We’ll help you reach the movers & shakers in pharmacy compounding.

 

The International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists Corporate Patron Program allows suppliers, service providers and others with an interest in compounding pharmacy to increase and leverage their influence as corporate patrons of IACP – and to amplify IACP’s effectiveness as the voice for pharmacy compounding.

 

Through the Corporate Patron Program, your company becomes an integral – and influential – part of our association. Depending on the patron level you choose, you can have up to 8 different company representatives engaged in and benefitting from various IACP initiatives and programs, from public policy to professional development to information services.

 

The opportunities for exposure to the movers and shakers in compounding are many – from event and CE course sponsorships to exhibit booths to online advertising.

 

Take a look: You’ll find all you need to know here in our Corporate Patron Prospectus.

 

Then contact IACP Sales Manager Ruth Ann McGehee at ruthann@iacprx.org

 

 

 

 

THE IACP AUDIENCE: A snapshot of pharmacy compounders

  • 39% are compounding-only retail pharmacies, while 53% are hybrids, offering both traditional dispensing as well as compounding.
  • 88% are 503A pharmacies, while nearly 5% operate both 503A and 503B pharmacies.
  • About 19% say they are contemplating transitioning from a 503A to a 503B pharmacy.
  • 94% compound non-sterile products, and 44% of those are licensed to ship to other states. 79% compound non-sterile for both human and veterinary use.
  • 39% compound sterile products, and 58% of those ship compounded sterile products to other states.
  • 49% are licensed in only one state, while 51% are licensed in more than one state. Of those, 20% are licensed in 21 or more states.
  • 41% are PCAB certified, while another 31% say they are contemplating becoming certified in the next five years.
  • 58% are compounding pharmacy owners, while 23% are staff pharmacists. 13% are technicians. 
 

Source: July 2019 nationwide survey of compounders

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