Mission: I-CPEN will improve health of Illinois patients by collaborating with other health care providers and patients to achieve therapeutic outcomes with safe, effective, evidence-based medication management. 

Vision: I-CPEN is a network of community-focused pharmacies that provide an elevated set of pharmaceutical care services to patients in their communities.  The services provided by I-CPEN pharmacies will improve patients' overall well-being and advance the profession of pharmacy while providing documented value and reducing healthcare costs for patients and our health care system. 

Overall Purpose & Goals:  

  • Develop, implement, and maintain, and expand a network of community pharmacies
  • Provide quality, enhanced services to improve patients' clinical outcomes and optimize utilization of healthcare resources

Leadership & Luminaries

Jill Woodward, Managing Network Facilitator
Jill Woodward, Lead Network Luminary

Local Network Requirements

  • Minimum Service Sets

    The minimum requirements for participation in Illinois CPEN are the same as for participation in CPESN USA:

    • Comprehensive Medication Reviews
    • Immunizations
    • Medication Reconciliation
    • Medication Synchronization
    • Personal Medication Records
    • Naloxone Dispensing Education

How to Join I-CPEN

To learn more about the Illinois Community Pharmacy Enhanced Network or to join, contact Lead Luminary and Managing Network Facilitator Jill Woodward at [email protected]