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Our Tragedy Turned Into Our Calling

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Feb 16, 2021 12:12:38 PM

It is painfully tragic when a patient suffers injury or even death due to a med error. Often med errors occur because critical medication and protocol information is not accessible at the point of care, which is 100% avoidable and painfully unacceptable. 

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, Policy, USP <800>, FormWeb

5 Key USP <800> Guidelines for Your Long Term Care Facility

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Feb 11, 2021 1:07:32 PM

The USP <800> serves as one source of truth for protecting healthcare workers from the dangerous effects of HDs. However, the implications in terms of cost and time needed to comply can vary depending on the type of medical facility. 

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, Policy, USP <800>, FormWeb

Top 5 Reasons USP <800> Is Important to Your Health

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Feb 3, 2021 1:02:25 PM

The USP <800> isn’t just another standard meant to make healthcare organizations scramble and comply; it actually provides benefits that protect the health of your staff. Here are the top five ways USP <800> is good for your health: 

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, Policy, USP <800>, FormWeb

The Modern Formulary: More Than A List of Medications

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Jan 26, 2021 8:54:47 AM

A hospital’s formulary initially consisted of a simple book of medications approved for patient use in that particular organization. When hospitals made their formulary available online in the late 1990s, it was basically the same book, but now on a computer screen.

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, Policy, USP <800>, FormWeb, Formulary

Should, Shall and Must

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Jan 19, 2021 1:44:25 PM

Spelling Out These Legal Terms in Hazardous Drugs Regulations

If you’re reading this, then you’re one of many healthcare workers who have second guessed the meanings of should, shall, and must in FDA, OSHA, and USP <800> regulations--or other legal documents as part of your work. 

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, Policy, USP <800>, FormWeb

From Our Customers: The Top 8 Questions To Expect In Joint Commission Inspections

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Jan 14, 2021 9:28:31 AM
Though some Joint Commission inspections have been delayed due to the soaring cases of COVID-19 limiting outside vendors inside hospitals, they are coming. To help you prepare, we’ve surveyed many of our customers and put together a list of the most common questions asked during inspections.
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Topics: USP <800>

Are You Ready for the Second Wave?

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Nov 12, 2020 9:31:25 AM

It seems that you can't turn on the news without hearing about the next wave of COVID-19 that will soon travel across the U.S. Numbers are rising across the nation and there is again a great focus on the capacity of hospital systems to diagnose and treat sick patients, as well as maintain capacity for everyday operations outside of coronavirus care. 

While much of the discussion is on the ability to care for the increase in patients, we can't help but focus on the safety of healthcare workers as well. 

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, USP <800>, Technology

The Human Cost of Not Going Beyond USP 800 Compliance

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Nov 3, 2020 1:15:45 PM

A shocking 8 million U.S. healthcare workers are potentially exposed to hazardous drugs (HDs) each year according to the CDC. In fact, a report in Pharmacy Times states, “compared with any other occupational setting, the health care setting uses the largest and most diverse array of agents that are hazardous to humans.” Not only are they exposed to a variety of hazardous agents every day, the effects may be compounded over the decades of their career.

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, USP <800>, Technology

Rhazdrugs Raises the Bar for USP <800> Compliance

Posted by Rpharmy Marketing on Oct 13, 2020 9:50:55 AM

Rpharmy is raising the bar in USP 800 compliance with Rhazdrugs, a searchable hazardous drugs database accessible at the point of care improving visibility, frontline healthcare staff safety, and compliance with regulations including USP 800.

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Topics: Rhazdrugs, USP <800>, Technology

Ode to Nurses

Posted by Laura Paxton on Oct 5, 2020 10:58:58 AM
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Topics: Company, Rhazdrugs, Technology, FormWeb, COVID

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