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Utilizing a Compounding Management System to Support Emergency Response

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How to Avoid Drug Waste in the OR Pharmacy

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How a Compounding Management System Ensures Drug Quality and Patient Safety

The quality of the Compounded Sterile Preparation you administer to patients is of the utmost importance. It’s critical that your hospital pharmacy adheres to all state boards of pharmacy and federal regulations, and that you do everything you can to ensure drug quality. A Compounding Management System helps with both.

Managing COVID-19 With the Assure-Trak® Compounding Management System

With the national rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine already underway, healthcare facilities nationwide are being faced with the challenge of balancing safety, documentation, and efficiency, in their protocols for vaccine distribution.

What to Look for in an IV Workflow Management System

Adopting an IV workflow management system (IV-WMS) helps pharmacies mitigate risk by allowing them to detect drug compounding errors before they reach the patient, potentially saving lives. As of 2020, 33% of hospital pharmacies have adopted IV workflow automation, a significant increase from only 8% of pharmacies in[...]

Minimize Risk from Pharmacy Supply Chain Disruption

The decision to insource compounded sterile preparations in your hospital’s pharmacy is not a small one. Insourcing sterile compounding services can bear a heavy burden, including managing calculations and yields, space and staffing level considerations, and capturing and managing data and records. That’s a lot of[...]

Do You Have Processes in Place to Comply with USP <797>?

Hospital central fill facilities and individual hospitals will soon need to comply with the updated USP <797> guidelines. While the regulation is not yet in place, it’s important to have a plan in place for your organization. In the event of an accreditation survey or audit, would you be in compliance with the updates[...]

What’s Next for DSCSA Dispenser Requirements?

The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) is Title II of the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) and is designed to protect consumers from potentially harmful drugs. New requirements roll out on November 27th of each year. Each new requirement progresses toward building an electronic, interoperable system to[...]

ConsortiEX 2019, a Year in Review, See you at the ASHP Summer Meetings!

We want to thank all of those who were able to attend the 2019 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting. Being able to discuss your feedback and concerns, in person, is invaluable to us. 2019 was a very busy, yet exciting, year for the ConsortiEX family. We hope it was for you as well.

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