Recent Articles Remain Relevant

February 2019 - Vol.16 No. 2 - Page #1

The “Year of Compliance” has arrived and we are counting down to December 1, 2019. That is the date when the revised USP General Chapter <797> and the new General Chapter <800> will become officially effective. Although a full 9 months away, our contributors have been writing on these topics for several years, and readers of PP&P should be well aware of our commitment to covering these evolving, vital issues.

In this month’s issue, Jay Gilbreath, PharmD, MPA, discusses his Journey to Compliance with USP <797> and <800> and offers excellent insight into the process. While this is the latest article on the topic, it is by no means our first, and this lead to us thinking about what our most popular articles are. Much of the hard work our contributors put into these pieces remains relevant today, and we want to keep these articles fresh in our readers’ minds. Below are the Top 5 most viewed PP&P articles from the last 4 months.

Top 5 Recent Articles

  1. ISMP’s Best Practices for Medication Safety
    by Christina Michalek, BSc Pharm, RPh, FASHP
  2. Navigate the Complexities of Smart Pump Integration
    by Donald “Chip” L. Gerhart Jr, RPh
  3. Implement a Comprehensive HD Spill Management Program
    by Fred Massoomi, PharmD, FASHP
  4. IV Workflow Management System Adoptions
    Data from the 2018 State of Pharmacy Automation Survey
  5. FDA’s Regulatory Actions for 503B Compounders
    by Lou Diorio, RPh, FAPhA, and Dave Thomas, RPh, MBA

At PP&P, we are proud of our long history of delivering practical and actionable information for hospital pharmacy management, and we encourage you to renew your free subscription, browse our catalog of articles dating back over 15 years, or search out the product or service you need on our free online resource:

Or, search “USP 797” in our search bar and spend an afternoon learning from top experts in the field. We appreciate your continued support of PP&P, and we look forward to hearing compliance success stories from you!

All the best,

R. Mitchell Halvorsen


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