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Guidelines for NCPDP Commitment
Work group co-chairs, task group leaders, committee chairs and committee vice chairs are the only ones authorized to meet to speak on behalf of the task groups or work groups, efforts and business. They must report back to the appropriate work group, task group or committee on the outcome of any such meetings. Only the authorized designee should be meeting with these groups which must be approved by the Standardization Co-Chairs and the President of NCPDP.
Any commitment made outside of these guidelines will result in NCPDP being unable to support, financially or otherwise, that commitment.
Work group co-chairs, task group leaders, committee chairs and committee vice chairs do not have the authority to commit the organization to anything – engage NCPDP staff early and often.
Memberships are nonrefundable but may be transferred from one individual to another one time in each anniversary year. There is a $100 USD processing fee for the transfer. Whoever pays for the membership owns it. If your company pays for an individual membership for you, the company may transfer the membership to another individual within your company. If you pay for your individual membership, the membership may move with you if you change jobs.
NCPDP Members and Staff will uphold NCPDP's core values of Collaboration, Inclusiveness, Integrity and Ethical Behavior, Leadership and Innovation to the best of our ability and abide by the following Code of Conduct:
Revised: December 2015
National Council for Prescription Drugs Programs, Inc. (NCPDP) publications are owned by NCPDP, 9240 East Raintree Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85260, and protected by the copyright laws of the United States. 17 U.S.C. §101, et. seq.
Permission is given to Council members to copy and use the work or any part thereof in connection with the business purposes of the Council members. The work may not be changed or altered. The work may be shared within the member company but may not be distributed and/or copied for/by others outside of the member’s company. The work may not be sold, used or exploited for commercial purposes. This permission may be revoked by NCPDP at any time. NCPDP is not responsible for any errors or damage as a result of the use of the work.
All material is provided "as is", without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including but not limited to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, accuracy, completeness and non-infringement of third party rights. In no event shall NCPDP, its members or its contributors be liable for any claim, or any direct, special, indirect or consequential damages, or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of the material.
Revised: September 2016
The official logo of NCPDP is intended for use on the website pages, published documents, banners and other products utilized by NCPDP as deemed appropriate by the NCPDP Board of Trustees. The logo may not be used in a manner that would imply endorsement or approval of any products, services events or policy/position statement not specifically approved by the Board of Trustees.
Permission may be granted, for example, for use of the official logo at the discretion of the NCPDP Board of Trustees or its designated agent(s) in the following circumstances:
Display by a NCPDP Member or Members organization in good standing on websites, program announcements, booth displays and other published materials for the purpose of signifying membership in and/or support of NCPDP and its mission and goals.
Display by an industry organization in collaboration with NCPDP to signify sponsorship/co-sponsorship of an educational event or joint support of an industry initiative.
NCPDP members/members’ organizations or other organizations desiring to use the logo must submit their request in writing to the President of NCPDP stating the explicit use intended. The President will review the request and approve or deny the request according to the approved policy guidelines. The President may consult with legal counsel if necessary to evaluate any specific request deemed to be questionable.
Any identified use of the logo that is perceived to be inappropriate should be reported to the President for review and follow-up action as deemed in accordance with this policy.
Revised: August 2014
Your privacy is important to us. The National Council for Prescription Drug programs, Inc. ("NCPDP") maintains high standards for the protection of your privacy at our website. Here is what you can expect when you visit NCPDP.org: Other than to respond to a request from you, we will not sell, rent or share any personally-identifiable information you provide without your consent.
We will not send you any unsolicited e-mail ("spam").
No personally-identifiable information collected at this site will ever be used to adversely affect your membership.
Use of the Information the Website Gathers/Tracks
Any personally-identifiable information you give us will be used only to provide the product, service or information you have requested. Unless you specifically consent to let us do so, your personally-identifiable information, including your e-mail address, will not be sold, rented, licensed, or otherwise shared with third parties. The non-personally identifiable information we gather in aggregate form may be used to improve our site, and we may share that information with NCPDP members.
Making Changes to the Information You Provide to Us
Information that you voluntarily provided will be maintained as long as NCPDP deems appropriate to fulfill the purpose for which you provided the information or until you request us to remove it.
When you visit NCPDP.org, we may place a temporary "session" or a permanent cookie on your computer that will allow us to customize and enhance your experience at the site, make improvements to our site, or to report site activity. Our session cookies are not permanently stored on your computer and expire when you leave. Permanent cookies are issued only to site visitors who link the site from a search engine and are used only to permit NCPDP to attract qualified users to the site. Our cookies will never be used to track your activity on any third party websites or to send spam, nor will they provide us with any personally identifiable information about you. We store cookie information only in aggregate form and use the aggregate information only to make improvements to the site or in internal reports on site activity. You may use your browser controls to refuse to allow cookies to be placed on your computer. Refusing cookies disables our ability to include information about your visit in our regular monitoring of site traffic.
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Changes to this Policy
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Revised: June 2010
NCPDP’s Elite Partners provide the highest level of support for the valuable work of NCPDP in advancing patient safety and interoperability. The following Elite Partners have demonstrated intense commitment to support NCPDP’s work, vision and core values.