With February’s release of USP General Chapter <800>, as well as the forthcoming updates to USP <797>, 2016 is expected to be an interesting year for hospital pharmacy compounding. Although some see these developments as a challenge, they have not come without warning, and at PP&P, we know that managing compounding budgets, committing to new technology, and maintaining a smooth workflow in the pharmacy are tasks that must be planned for and orchestrated throughout the year, or even over the course of multiple years. It is with this idea in mind that PP&P makes the data from the State of Pharmacy Compounding survey available in a PowerPoint slide package.
For several years now, pharmacy administrators have used this data to bolster benchmarking presentations and evidence-based acquisition proposals. Simply visit www.pppmag.com/slides and click on the cover page for the State of Pharmacy Compounding 2016 issue to download the slide kit. You are welcome to use the slides in presentations both internally and externally; we simply ask that you retain the credit found on the bottom left corner of each slide.
We love hearing about improvements to pharmacy operations, so please send me a note at Rmh@ridgewoodmedia.com if you have benefitted from this data. Hearing your success stories will help us continue to expand and hone our data to best serve your needs.
At PP&P, we make it easy for you to take full advantage of the information we have compiled—important market research providing a transparent view of current, past, and future trends in pharmacy compounding. We look forward to the new developments yet to be unveiled in 2016 and a safe and robust compounding future moving forward.
All the best,
R. Mitchell Halvorsen
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