What is CPE Monitor?
A national collaborative effort between the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP®), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and accredited continuing pharmacy education (CPE) providers, the CPE Monitor service will allow you to easily track your ACPE-accredited CPE units electronically.
Many ACPE-accredited CPE providers are now requiring pharmacists and technicians to submit their NABP e-Profile ID, plus their date of birth (MMDD), to receive credit for completed CPE. Participation data will be sent electronically from the provider to ACPE, then to NABP for recording into the matching e-Profile. To ensure that CPE data is accurately recorded and matched to the correct e-Profile, it is important that licensees provide the correct e-Profile ID and date of birth to the CPE provider. See CPE Monitor FAQs on the reverse side of this flyer for additional information.
What are the benefits of CPE Monitor
- Streamlines the reporting and compliance verification process.
- In 2013, the service will make available the CPE data to boards of pharmacy who request information on licensee CPE as part of their compliance activities.
- As part of your NABP e-Profile, the CPE Monitor service will store a comprehensive list of your CPE activities completed and will allow you to verify compliance with CPE requirements. To accomplish this, the CPE Monitor section of your e-Profile must contain complete and accurate information. Any errors in your information may result in unrecorded or mis-recorded CPE, with possible adverse consequences for licensees when renewing their licenses. Using the Social Security number as the unique national identifier for each individual will help NABP to ensure the required level of accuracy for your e-Profile and CPE Monitor.
- All information is maintained in a highly secure environment.
For more information: www.nabp.net/programs/cpe-monitor/cpe-monitor-service/