Korie Hi
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organizations of the pharmacy

Resource summary

  1. FDA: Food and Drug Administration
    1. Drug shortages
      1. MedWatch
        1. The FDA's Safety Information and Adverse Event Reporting Program
          1. Provides an Online Voluntary Reporting Form to report serious adverse events for human medical products
          2. Issues drug recalls
            1. VAERS: Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System
              1. FAERS: FDA Adverse Event Reporting System
                1. aka AERS
                2. GMP: Good Manufacturing Practice
                  1. Ensuring products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards
                    1. Assure proper design, monitoring, and control of manufacturing processes and facilities
                    2. USP: United States Pharmacopeal
                      1. Sets standards for the identity, strength, quality, and purity of medicines, food ingredients, and dietary supplements manufactured, distributed and consumed worldwide.
                        1. Developed the terminology associated with storage temperatures
                        2. Reviews investigational new drug application
                        3. ISMP: ISMP: Institute for Safe Medication Practices
                          1. Medmarx
                            1. A national database to reduce hospital medication errors
                              1. A national database to reduce hospital medication errors
                                1. Internet accessible database that hospitals and health care systems can use to prevent medication errors
                                2. MERP: Medication Errors Reporting Program
                                  1. Medication error understanding
                                    1. Medication error reporting
                                      1. Medication error prevention
                                      2. Implemented the error-prone abbreviation list
                                      3. P&T: Pharmacy & Therapeutics
                                        1. Develops a formulary for an institution
                                        2. OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration
                                          1. Safety Data Sheet
                                            1. aka SDS
                                              1. Hazardous drugs and chemicals
                                            2. NCPDP: Nation Council for Prescription Drug Programs
                                              1. Established standards for e-prescribing
                                                1. Creates national standards for electronic healthcare transactions used in prescribing, dispensing, monitoring, managing and paying for medications and pharmacy services.
                                                2. ACPE: Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
                                                  1. TJC: The Joint Commision
                                                    1. Accredits and certifies health care organizations and programs
                                                      1. ex. hospitals and long term care facilities
                                                        1. Has specific guidelines for each hospital department
                                                        2. Does not certify retail pharmacies
                                                          1. Requires that unit-dose be dispensed in a hospital
                                                          2. The national agency for the accreditation of professional degree programs in pharmacy and providers of continuing pharmacy education
                                                            1. ASHP: American Society of Health System Pharmacists
                                                              1. Association for pharmacists practicing in hospitals and other health care systems
                                                                1. Accredits residency programs for pharmacists and pharmacy technician training programs
                                                              2. DEA: Drug Enforcement Administration
                                                                1. Enforces the Controlled Substance Act
                                                                  1. Authorizes reverse distributors
                                                                    1. Permitted to handle the disposal of controlled substances
                                                                    2. Assigns numbers to prescribers that is required on all controlled substance prescription
                                                                      1. Created and supervised by the Department of Justice
                                                                      2. NABP: National Association Boards of Pharmacy
                                                                        1. Supports the state boards of pharmacy
                                                                          1. BOP: Board of Pharmacy
                                                                            1. Reports medication error
                                                                              1. The state BOP is concerned with the practice of pharmacy in a particular state, which includes the behavior of pharmacists
                                                                                1. The only organization that may discipline a pharmacy technician for inappropriate behavior
                                                                                  1. Licenses pharmacist in each state
                                                                              2. CMS: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
                                                                                1. Surveys and approves hospitals to provide care for Medicare and Medicaid patients
                                                                                2. DPH: Department of Public Health
                                                                                  1. State organization overseeing hospitals, including the pharmacy department, to assure compliance with hospital practice standards
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