Who does the National Association of Specialty Pharmacy represent?
As the unified voice for specialty pharmacy, we represent stakeholders across the industry. Our members include:
- Specialty pharmacies
- Pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers
- Group purchasing organizations
- Patient advocacy groups
- Integrated delivery systems and hospitals
- Health plans and PBMs
- Technology and data management vendors
- Wholesalers / distributors
- Practicing pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and students
- Nurse practitioners, registered and licensed practical nurses
Can I view the bylaws of the NASP?
Does the NASP participate in political advocacy?
Yes. The NASP PAC allows members to contribute to political candidates who support the legislative goals of the specialty pharmacy industry. Learn more about the NASP PAC.
How can I contact NASP?
Visit our Contact page to send us a message or find our phone number.
What are the benefits of membership?
Our memberships include several levels for both individuals and organizations. Your benefits depend on the level of membership you choose or for which you are eligible. For the details, including benefits and cost, go to our Membership page.
Where can I complete an application for membership?
We’re excited to have you! Start on our Membership page by choosing your plan and then complete the application for either individual or corporate membership.
What is the NASP Annual Meeting and Expo?
The NASP Annual Meeting and Expo is hosted each year in Washington, D.C. It’s the only comprehensive national specialty pharmacy conference in which all industry stakeholders from around the world come together to share and change the future of specialty pharmacy and the patient journey. Members receive a discounted registration price for the event. Find out more about this year’s event.
Are you looking for presenters at the Annual Meeting & Expo?
We welcome submission of original or encore research relevant to specialty pharmacy, outcomes related to specialty pharmacy products, or services provided by specialty pharmacies. Accepted abstracts will be presented at the next NASP Annual Meeting & Expo and published online through the PubMed-indexed Journal of Drug Assessment. Find more information about submitting abstracts.
When does the NASP Annual Meeting take place?
September 14–18, 2020 Virtual Experience
September 25–30, 2021
September 17–22, 2022
What is the Certified Specialty Pharmacist Credential?
NASP offers the only Certified Specialty Pharmacist (CSP) Credential, which allows you to position yourself for further growth within the industry. For more information about CSP benefits or to find out when the next exam window opens, visit our Certification page.
Do you offer a prep course for the Certified Specialty Pharmacy Credential?
We do! The course is completely online and covers all the topics that may be covered on the exam. While it can’t guarantee a passing grade on the exam, it can help you feel more prepared. Visit the CSP page for more information about the prep course.
What is the Center for Specialty Pharmacy Education?
The Center for Specialty Pharmacy Education is the official online educational resource for members of the industry. The site provides opportunities to obtain continuing education credits, view past credits, access transcripts and more. Go to proce.com/CSPE.