The 340B Peer-to-Peer Program, created in 2011 by the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) Office of Pharmacy Affairs (OPA), is designed to provide practical examples from high-performing 340B covered entities (Leading Practice Sites) that demonstrate continuous quality improvement and compliance with 340B Program requirements. Individuals from these high-performing sites showcase best practices and policy knowledge in order to elevate all 340B stakeholders and promote integrity within the 340B Program.
Leading Practice Sites primarily share their experiences through free, monthly webinars. Stakeholders can feel confident that they are receiving information and practical examples from covered entities that OPA has carefully selected based on their exemplary 340B Program compliance. Webinars span a variety of topics, including audit readiness, compliance improvement, managing inventory, operationalizing 340B policies and procedures, and contract pharmacy. Peer-to-Peer webinars are held at least twice a month unless otherwise specified. Register for upcoming webinars and view past recordings.
Leading Practice Sites are selected based on their culture of compliance and are regularly updated with the latest policy and regulatory news to ensure the most up-to-date information is shared with 340B stakeholders.
OPA encourages all covered entity types to submit applications to become Leading Practice Sites in this community of learning. The rewards of becoming a Leading Practice Site are many for both the individual professional and the covered entity. Apply now to become a Leading Practice Site.
Peer-to-Peer Program applicants are evaluated based on their adherence to 340B Program compliance and exemplary performance. 340B covered entities that have proactive mechanisms in place demonstrating continuous quality improvement and compliance with 340B Program requirements are encourage to apply.
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Entity stipend over two years to be used as desired
Honorarium opportunities throughout the year
Connection to a learning community composed of representatives from high-performing covered entities
Participate in Peer Workshops that include staff from OPA in attendance
Financial support to attend and represent 340B stakeholders at selected conferences
Acknowledgement in national publications
Professional development opportunities to elevate skills of individuals and covered entities
APhA membership for two leadership team members