USP <797> Compliance


April 2017 : State of Pharmacy Compounding - Vol. 14 No. 4 - Page #12

Clearly, accomplishing <797> compliance is not a single act; rather, it is a continuous process that requires a strong leadership commitment and systematic monitoring. As such, most facilities recognize that their efforts must be ongoing. Key to measuring the pharmacy’s current state and establishing goals for improvement is regularly conducting a gap analysis. Those facilities with the lowest rates of compliance typically also have low compounding volumes, do not conduct regular gap analyses, and are unfamiliar with their state board’s requirements, underscoring the mantra that facilities respect what is inspected.


As we do every year, we invite you to take advantage of our Compounding Slide Kit. Pharmacy Purchasing & Products is happy to provide much of the data you find on the following pages as PowerPoint slides. You are welcome to use this data in your own presentations; we hope it serves as a valuable support as you make the case for additional investments at your facility. And you are certainly welcome to incorporate the data into presentations you may make externally to educate your colleagues on compounding opportunities they may be considering. Simply access the slides on our website (www.pppmag.com/slides).


 

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