The P3 Program's groundbreaking work would not be possible without support from its dedicated local and national partners.

The P3 Program receives support from a number of non-profit and government organizations, including the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, the Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions and its Knowledge Enterprise, the Maryland General Assembly, the Maryland Pharmacists Association, and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and its Healthiest Maryland initiative.

To learn more about these partners and their contributions to the P3 Program, please visit their websites.

  • Center for Innovative Pharmacy Solutions (CIPS): CIPS is a national resource center and leader in the development of innovative patient care and business solutions to health problems. Its programs and activities result in products and services that address medication-related gaps in health care and promote improved medication effectiveness at the patient, provider, and health-system levels.
  • eHealthObjects: Founded in 2006, eHealthObjects provides industry-leading health technology products and services that help ensure quality care for patients at an affordable cost.
  • Institute for a Healthiest Maryland (IHM): Established in November 2011, IHM is a collaboration between the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the University of Maryland, Baltimore. The Institute helps to guide policy, systems, and environmental changes in local communities by providing evidence-based resources from higher education experts. The Institute makes the best interprofessional resources accessible to local public health leaders, promotes public health partnerships, and enables public health leaders to easily access and exchange strategic information to transform Maryland communities into sustainable healthy environments. Currently, the Institute focuses on three wellness areas: obesity prevention, tobacco prevention, and appropriate management of hypertension and high cholesterol.
  • Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH): DHMH manages a wide range of programs and initiatives designed to protect and promote the health of all Maryland residents. Some areas on which its programs and initiatives focus include emergency preparedness, infectious disease, and access to wellness and prevention services.
  • Maryland General Assembly: The General Assembly is Maryland's legislative body and directly represents the electorate. Members of the General Assembly meet in regular session for 90 calendar days each year to act on more than 2,500 pieces of legislation as well as the State's annual capital and operating budgets.
  • Maryland Pharmacists Association (MPhA): Established in 1882, MPhA promotes excellence in pharmacy practice, strengthens the profession of pharmacy, and advocates for all Maryland pharmacists. It has a membership of 1,200 and is the only statewide professional society representing all practicing pharmacists.
  • Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health: The Mid-Atlantic Business Group on Health is an association of employer health care purchasers that drives cost-effective health care through value-based purchasing. It is a not-for-profit membership organization for employers and health care stakeholders residing in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia.
  • Virginia Business Coalition on Health (VBCH): VBCH is a non-profit catalyst-coalition that unites employers and other stakeholders through adoption of value based benefit design to improve worksite wellness, disease management, health plan quality, and hospital patient safety.