What Really Did Happen with USP <800> Hazardous Drugs? Join us for a Free Webinar.


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<p>J<strong>oin RMS, in partnership with R.J. Hedges & Associates on March 17th at 3pm Eastern</strong> to learn more about USP <800> Hazardous Drugs and how it impacts your pharmacy.</p>
<p>USP <800> Hazardous Drugs was implemented on December 1, 2019. But what exactly does that mean for you?<span id=

With misinformation and mass confusion, many pharmacies and pharmacists thought that USP <800> was delayed or their state wasn’t enforcing. Others were led to believe USP <800> only affects compounding practices. The truth is, the guideline for Hazardous Drugs is being enforced now, but it is different between states and between state and federal agencies. Every type of pharmacy, Compounding, Specialty, Retail and LTC is impacted. The question is, are you ready for a state or federal regulator? During the webinar, we’ll help you:

  • Understand what the current requirements are for USP <800>
  • Discover why confusion exists with Hazardous Drugs
  • Learn why the Assessment of Risk is so important
  • Recognize the actions a pharmacy must take
  • Comprehend what happens if you ignore USP <800>

To register for this free Webinar, email karend@rm-solutions.com, call 877-767-1060, or simply comment below. We look forward to seeing you there!



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  1. I like that this post shared that it is important for pharmacists or nurses to be up-to-date with the latest USP regulations on handling hazardous drugs. It makes sense as in doing so, it will ensure that our employees are well-trained. Assuming that I own medical practice, I will definitely follow your advice.

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