It’s Possible for Pharmacies Packaging Multi-Dose Prescriptions with Automation
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Facility regulations differ from state to state. Pharmacies servicing care and community-based facilities need to know the regulations facilities must comply with to keep residents safe and state regulators happy.
Medications can be added or discontinued from a facility patient’s drug regimen by a prescriber, requiring multi-dose packages to be modified. This modification is completed by a pharmacist and is known as “correcting and relabeling the facility patient’s customizable medication package.”
One step toward eliminating risk in your pharmacy is ensuring multi-dose packages are compliant with USP standards. Here, we provide you with four guidelines to make compliance that much easier for you and your staff.
One step toward eliminating risk in your pharmacy is ensuring multi-dose packages are compliant with USP standards.
Here, we've simplified two of the most important USP regulations along with providing insights into Medicine-On-Time's software.