Bula keeps track of the continually changing pharmacy laws and complex pharmacy regulations and sub-regulations in its platform that are critical to the industry, including pharmacy bills and proposed rules.
On behalf of the entire Bula team, I want to assure you that in times of uncertainty surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19), keeping you informed of rapid developments remains our highest priority.
Legal Compliance Solutions for the Pharmacy Industry
As the pharmacy industry standard to proactively manage compliance risk, Bula empowers clients by delivering simplified intelligence in an accurate, timely and meaningful manner.
Bula’s team includes experts in tracking pharmacy laws, rules, and policies in all 50 states, D.C. and federal.
The team searches for the information and tailors it to meet the specific needs of clients’ businesses. The information is updated regularly in the platform, so that clients have access to the most current data for state and federal pharmacy compliance regulation tracking — which helps them save time and resources, while being confident in the accuracy of their findings.
Bula’s platform offers hundreds of FAQs that include the most frequently asked pharmacy law questions and answers, so clients can quickly and easily access the data they need.
Clients can easily customize the search criteria and terms of any report for legislative and regulatory pharmacy updates in the Bills and Proposed Rules section that will be automatically sent to them on their desired schedule via email …
Bula provides a time-saving way to help clients publish policies and procedures for their pharmacies.
Bula’s state-specific Collaborative Practice Agreement Templates for pharmacies help clients quickly develop their businesses by using these documents created by the Bula team.
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If clients have specific questions that are not in the database and require special research, Bula can deploy its pharmacy legislative specialists to conduct research to answer questions for specific states, all 50 states, D.C., and/or federal — depending on the client’s needs.
It’s important for businesses in pharmacy to show that they have earned accreditation by an industry association for a variety of reasons, including eliciting trust from consumers, demonstrating the following of best practices and a commitment to meeting the highest industry standards, and working to protect public health.