DMEPOS Pharmacy

Ensure that you meet the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements to gain Medicare Part B billing privileges through our reliable, cost-effective durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS) accreditation. NABP’s DMEPOS Pharmacy Accreditation is a three-year accreditation that is best suited for pharmacies that distribute DMEPOS products and services. This accreditation proudly shows Medicare beneficiaries who visit your pharmacy that they receive quality products, services, and patient care associated with DMEPOS products.

Whether NABP accreditation is new for your business or you are already NABP accredited and are looking to expand your portfolio, our processes simplify your journey toward DMEPOS Pharmacy Accreditation.

Apply for DMEPOS Pharmacy Accreditation as a stand-alone program or maximize your investment by creating a comprehensive compliance package for one streamlined, cost-effective accreditation process.

How do I get started?

The first step in the process is to confirm that the program meets your pharmacy’s needs and that your pharmacy is able to demonstrate compliance with the eligibility requirements, standards, and on-site survey. Once you deem you are ready for accreditation, you will need to apply. Once your application, supplemental documentation, and fees have been received, we will:

Review your supplemental documents

Verify pharmacy & pharmacist licensure

Conduct an unannounced on-site survey of your pharmacy

Interested in learning more?

Practices that demonstrate compliance and high-quality patient care can earn this voluntary accreditation and better position their business to patients. Complete the accreditation form to request more information.

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Eligibility

To apply for an NABP accreditation, businesses must meet basic eligibility requirements. To avoid unnecessary delays, review the DMEPOS Pharmacy Accreditation eligibility requirements below to determine if you are qualified to apply.

NABP advises applicants to not complete the application if their business location had an application cancelled by NABP in the past 180 days for non-compliance with Standards.

Accreditation Standards

The DMEPOS Pharmacy Accreditation Standards Overview provides a brief introduction to the set of standards a pharmacy must meet to achieve accreditation. Review the DMEPOS Pharmacy Accreditation Standards Overview.

Apply

Get started on your path to accreditation by following the steps below:

  1. Confirm your eligibility
  2. Review the Standards Summary to confirm that the program meets your business’s needs
  3. Create and complete a business e-Profile account
    • Visit the Help section if you have questions about creating or completing a business e-Profile.
    • Once your request has been submitted, it may take up to 3 business days for processing. You can track the status of your request in e-Profile.
  4. Gather appropriate supporting documents
  5. Submit the application for one or multiple accreditations

For basic instructions and tips on creating your business e-Profile and submitting your application, read the Application Basics document.

Use the Apply link to log in to NABP e-Profile and start the application process.

Maintaining DMEPOS Pharmacy Accreditation

DMEPOS suppliers must be reaccredited before the current accreditation expires. Unless a pharmacy has received a pharmacy accreditation exemption confirmation from the NSC, we encourage suppliers to seek reaccreditation for a new, three-year period during the third year of your pharmacy’s DMEPOS accreditation. NABP will contact its DMEPOS-accredited pharmacies prior to the expiration date of their current three-year accreditation to begin the reaccreditation process. Accredited suppliers are also welcome to contact us any time to begin the process.

A Note About Revoked Accreditations: If accreditation is revoked because annual participation fees or reaccreditation fees are not paid, the NSC will revoke the Medicare billing number. If a supplier does not respond to the NSC’s revocation notice and the corrective action plan during the revocation process, the supplier will be suspended for one year from the Medicare program.