Miller received this honor in recognition of his contribution as a specialist in the art and skill of pharmacy compounding. Applicants are selected following an assessment of their credentials against rigorous criteria that includes, contributions to published literature, continuing education, presentations, leadership, professional and civic service as well as professional awards.
IACP fellows must meet stringent requirements designed to demonstrate their commitment to patient care through quality pharmacy compounding and their commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards. In addition, fellows must be registered pharmacists who have practiced pharmacy for at least five years and practiced as a compounding pharmacist for at least three years.
Pharmacy compounding is the long-established tradition in pharmacy practice that enables physicians to prescribe and patients to take medications that are specially prepared by pharmacists to meet patients' individual needs. IACP's Fellowship Program was established in 1997 to distinguish pharmacists who are exemplary in their commitment and professionalism to the practice of pharmacy compounding. The organization has since recognized 70 pharmacists as fellows.
Miller, chief formulation scientist and co-owner of Keystone Pharmacy, has 21 years of experience as a pharmacist and 10 years as a compounding pharmacist. He launched Keystone Pharmacy 10 years ago, and it has since grown significantly, completing a large expansion in 2011 to meet the increased demand for compounded medications.
About Keystone Pharmacy
Founded 10 years ago with a commitment to providing individualized medication solutions, Keystone Pharmacy is a locally owned, full-service pharmacy with a strong expertise in compounding. In its new, larger, state-of-the-