A healthier world needs a strong foundation – one that establishes quality, sets the bar for scientific rigor and technological progress, and epitomizes collaboration between industry, nonprofits, government and academia.
From the standards we create to the partnerships and conversations we foster, our scientists, advocates and network of experts are critical to constructing and reinforcing this foundation to ensure people stay healthy.
Latest Standards Updates
Seven New Revision Bulletins (posted 25–Jan–2019)
One New Interim Revision Announcement (posted 25–Jan–2019)
Five New Pending Notices of Intent to Revise (posted 25–Jan–2019)
One New Notice of Intent to Revise (posted 25–Jan–2019)
Two New General Announcements (posted 25–Jan–2019)
Cumulative List Updated (posted 25–Jan–2019)
Quality Matters Blog
Ron Piervincenzi, Ph.D., shares his thoughts on USP receiving the Association of Accessible Medicines (AAM) Champion of Access award.
Poor-quality medicines receives little attention in public health policy discussions. However it puts millions of lives at risk, costs economies billions of dollars and undermines decades of hard-earned health progress.
Building the marketplace for generic medicines is a key strategy to containing drug costs in the US, one that USP actively supports through our standards-setting work.