The Task Force on Medication Synchronization met October 8-9, 2014, at NABP Headquarters.

This task force was established in response to the Executive Committee’s recommendation to explore this concept.

Review of the Task Force Charge

Task force members reviewed their charge and accepted it as follows:

  1. Review existing state laws and regulations pertaining to the provisions of medication synchronization services within the legal scope of pharmacy practice.
  2. Identify circumstances where medication synchronization services should be offered and/or provided.
  3. Identify factors that may impact access to medication synchronization services.
  4. Review and, if necessary, recommend amending the Model State Pharmacy Act and Model Rules of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (Model Act) language addressing medication synchronization.

Read more in the full report (PDF).