American Pharmacy Cooperative, Inc. (APCI) is a member-owned, group purchasing organization, established in 1984, to protect and promote the interests of independent pharmacy. APCI enables member pharmacies to improve their positions in a competitive marketplace with an extensive offering of exceptional services and comprehensive programs.
Independent pharmacies enjoy the following benefits as part of their APCI membership:
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Being a member of APCI allows my pharmacies to be part of a robust buying group that is innovative and actually ensures that independent pharmacies stay profitable and make money. The vast amount of resources that are available are tremendous. From rebates to dollar products, APCI has everything that I need in a buying group.
Hopkins Pharmacy and Century PharmacyTitusville, Florida
APCI treats me like family. I truly feel like a part of the organization. The rebates, dividends, CAPS, have all helped my business succeed. I told McKesson when they came to me with a new contract, 'If APCI is on board, sign me up!'
Southall PharmacyLebanon, Kentucky
My store is utilizing APNS, CAPS, and PRO. The APCI Staff for these programs are dedicated, hardworking and offer unmatched personal touch. In my opinion, my best interests are always front and center with them.
Rusch's Southside PharmacyVincennes, Indiana
APCI's technology credit was crucial in our decision to purchase robotic dispensing systems we may not have otherwise been able to afford.
Kaup's PharmacyArcanum, Ohio
APCI Offers a Wide Range of Member Services for Every Independent Pharmacy Need
In this week's Generic News, learn about the items on the Weekly Generics Campaign, as well as price increases and Price Assurance Promotions from McKesson, and information from APCI's Approved Vendors!
This week's Generic News includes information on two new Price Assurance Price Alerts from McKesson, the week's Generics Campaign, and information on APCI Approved Vendors Purdue Pharma, PRS, FlavoRx, and Franklin Eyewear.
Compounded Drugs - Prohibited Activities
Effective 6/1/2015, APNS Chain Code 841 will no longer be allowed to participate in the UHC Pharmacy Value (Limited) Network.