<797> compliance is now a regular focus of both TJC and State Board inspections. As the ranks of TJC surveyors now include more pharmacists, notably, those facilities inspected by a pharmacist are more likely to be cited or receive a recommendation related to compounding practices. Further underscoring the need for vigilance and compliance in compounding practices, patient incidents involving compounding errors rose to 34% this year.
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