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Employer Resources

BPS offers these resources to assist Executive Directors, H.R. Managers, and other decision-makers seeking to hire a qualified professional and support current staff:

Certification Verification

BPS offers the ability to search and verify a Board-Certified Pharmacist by name or credential number. To search for a pharmacist, click here.

Employer Highlights

The success of any healthcare team depends on the knowledge and experience of each of its members, which is why specialization has become increasingly important to all aspects of medical practice. As an employer, here are some ways that you can reward your pharmacists for the achievement of BPS Board Certification:

Compensate

  • Support their development – Pay any membership dues, travel expenses, or BPS fees to promote their certification or professional development.
  • Salary or title reevaluation – Evaluate if the increase in professional competency warrants a salary increase or status progression.

Distinguish

  • Public ceremony – Celebrate their accomplishment with a nametag, lab coat, or badge distinction in a professional ceremony.
  • Company release – Share the new certification with a press kit or in a company newsletter.

Incentivize

  • Special Consideration – Appreciate their certification with consideration for leadership mentoring, travel compensation, or development opportunities within the team.
  • Expanded Privileges – Offer opportunities such as increased flexibility in their work schedule or internal activity protocols.

Award

  • Company Memorabilia – Show professional appreciation by awarding the board-certified pharmacist with company apparel, plaques, or a gift card.
  • Personalized Gift – Award the pharmacist with a personalized gift or special lunch to celebrate their professional accomplishment.

10 Ways to Recognize Pharmacists
Who Achieve BPS Board Certification

While this list is not exhaustive, it provides employers a great starting point to identify ways to recognize pharmacists who achieve BPS board certification.

Click the button below to download this document for additional ways to show appreciation.

EMPLOYERS BENEFIT FROM PHARMACIST CERTIFICATION, TOO!

Pharmacist board certification through the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) has been offered since 1976 and many employers recognize and compensate board-certified pharmacists in the workplace.

Click the button below to download this document to learn about three evidence-based ways in which pharmacist board certification benefits the employer, health care team, and patient!

BPS Research

Annually, the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) offers two funding opportunities of up to $5,000 each to support two PGY-2 residency projects highlighting the impact of pharmacist board certification on medication-related outcomes for patients, including demonstrating the value of pharmacist board certification to key stakeholder groups (i.e., patients, physicians and other health care providers, payers); or contributing to credentialing or privileging of pharmacists.

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Employer Resources

BPS offers these resources to assist Executive Directors, H.R. Managers, and other decision-makers seeking to hire a qualified professional and support current staff:

Certification Verification

BPS offers the ability to search and verify a Board-Certified Pharmacist by name or credential number. To search for a pharmacist, click here.

Employer Highlights

The success of any healthcare team depends on the knowledge and experience of each of its members, which is why specialization has become increasingly important to all aspects of medical practice. As an employer, here are some ways that you can reward your pharmacists for the achievement of BPS Board Certification:

Compensate

  • Support their development – Pay any membership dues, travel expenses, or BPS fees to promote their certification or professional development.
  • Salary or title reevaluation – Evaluate if the increase in professional competency warrants a salary increase or status progression.

Distinguish

  • Public ceremony – Celebrate their accomplishment with a nametag, lab coat, or badge distinction in a professional ceremony.
  • Company release – Share the new certification with a press kit or in a company newsletter.

Incentivize

  • Special Consideration – Appreciate their certification with consideration for leadership mentoring, travel compensation, or development opportunities within the team.
  • Expanded Privileges – Offer opportunities such as increased flexibility in their work schedule or internal activity protocols.

Award

  • Company Memorabilia – Show professional appreciation by awarding the board-certified pharmacist with company apparel, plaques, or a gift card.
  • Personalized Gift – Award the pharmacist with a personalized gift or special lunch to celebrate their professional accomplishment.

10 Ways to Recognize Pharmacists
Who Achieve BPS Board Certification

While this list is not exhaustive, it provides employers a great starting point to identify ways to recognize pharmacists who achieve BPS board certification.

Click the button below to download this document for additional ways to show appreciation.

EMPLOYERS BENEFIT FROM PHARMACIST CERTIFICATION, TOO!

Pharmacist board certification through the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) has been offered since 1976 and many employers recognize and compensate board-certified pharmacists in the workplace.

Click the button below to download this document to learn about three evidence-based ways in which pharmacist board certification benefits the employer, health care team, and patient!

BPS Research

Annually, the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) offers two funding opportunities of up to $5,000 each to support two PGY-2 residency projects highlighting the impact of pharmacist board certification on medication-related outcomes for patients, including demonstrating the value of pharmacist board certification to key stakeholder groups (i.e., patients, physicians and other health care providers, payers); or contributing to credentialing or privileging of pharmacists.

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Contact Us

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For more information contact info@bpsweb.org

Follow BPS on Social Media

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