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Detailed standard operating procedures are the foundation of a robust sterile and nonsterile compounding practice. When written properly, they should tell the reader exactly what to do as well as why, where, when and how to perform the activity.
CriticalPoint has developed a set of template policies, procedures and accompanying documentation forms (together referred to as the SOPs). The SOPs have been developed, used and refined over many years in a number of various practice setting. They are effective in establishing robust operating procedures that ensure patient safety.
Are you looking for answers to your sterile compounding questions? CriticalPoint is excited to announce our Monthly Compounding Pearls of Knowledge. Each month we will be highlighting a specific topic and providing answers to our most frequently asked questions. These Pearls of Knowledge are written by leading industry experts and are based on questions that have come from you and your colleagues.
The 2017 USP Chapter <797> & <800> Compliance Study is now OPEN and will run through June 30, 2017.
To participate in this year’s Study and use the Gap Analysis Tool, click on the link below and register using the Survey Code G797A, unless you were provided a different one from your organization or from one of our sponsors or supporters
Even if you participated in last year’s Study, you will need to create a new account this year. If you have an active account (created after October 1, 2016) you can continue to access your survey by logging into the site below with your username and password.
CriticalPoint announces the launch of Clinical IQ’s updated, interactive state map, specifically designed to provide users with a snapshot each state’s current regulatory status relative to USP <797> Sterile Compounding, as well as, License and Training Requirements for Pharmacists.
Within each state, users will find the most current compounding and training regulations, links to those regulations and contact information for their State Board of Pharmacy. The regulations for each state are regularly monitored to ensure that the map is updated as new rules and statues are introduced.