A Leading Practice Site has a culture of compliance that adheres to all 340B Program eligibility requirements, prevents diversion and prevents the violation of the prohibition against duplicate discounts.
A Leading Practice Site has documented policies and procedures that reflect interdepartmental and cross-organizational practices. A Leading Practice Site uses forward-looking surveillance and intelligence to update its policies and procedures to accommodate emerging legislative and policy changes.
A Leading Practice Site maintains responsibility for 340B program integrity and has well-developed, documented, self-monitoring systems in place that ensure 340B Program integrity. A Leading Practice Site validates its 340B Program compliance through the demonstrable management of continuous quality assessment and improvement strategies
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