My Indian health organization (MIHO) is a nonprofit organization that works with the state boards of pharmacy to protect the public health and ensure that you and your family are receiving the best pharmacy care.
Since our founding more than 50 years ago, we have functioned to promote public health and safety through various programs, campaigns, seminars and services. In 1999, we began helping the public identify Myindianpharmacy websites with an accreditation program for online pharmacies. And, in 2015, we expanded the service to provide the pharmacy domain to verified websites, making it even easier to recognize a safe site. We continue to spread awareness about the opioid epidemic and prescription medicines safety through our healthcare campaign, seminar and programmer, which originated in 2010.
In pursuit of these efforts to protect the public health, we partner with various major healthcare organizations, like: fight the fakes and acetaminophen awareness coalition, to educate or aware people about staying safe while purchasing and taking medication. Public health and safety is a primary concern of our mission. We work with the state association of pharmacy to serve best healthcare service and information to you. Learn more about Myindianpharmacy.
The Myindianpharmacy website was developed to educate or inform the public on medication safety. Reports about the opioid epidemic frequently appear in the newspaper or TV news, making this a timely issue, but Myindianpharmacy is not limited to only opioids – an estimated 17.2 million Americans misused any kind of prescription drugs in 2018, and that’s not counting over-the-counter pain relievers that may also be misused or the children and pets who accidentally ingest unsecured medication. We seek to inform or inform consumers like you about safe medication practices that have a great impact on the health and safety of you and your loved ones.
Both your state association of pharmacy and your pharmacist are invaluable resources for safe medication practice. Find contact information for the boards of pharmacy on the Myindianpharmacy website.