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3 Ways Employee Certification Tracking Software Can Help Streamline Operations

Posted On: March 6th, 2020
Effectively managing employees’ certifications and licenses can be challenging for businesses and agencies regardless of their size. Attempting to handle this task manually can be too much for the majority of these entities, whether due to size of the organization or a lack of personnel to handle the volume of paper processing involved. Automated certification […]

Keeping Your Pharmacy Compliant With a Pharmacy License Monitoring System

Posted On: February 28th, 2020
Pharmacies are subject to a multitude of license requirements, including facility licenses, business registrations, staff licenses, and other regulatory certifications. Maintaining these, especially when doing business in multiple states, can be time-consuming and create significant risk if items are missed or delayed. Using a monitoring system can provide consistent management of these items and peace […]

Staying Compliant: Understanding the New USP 797 Changes

Posted On: February 21st, 2020
The latest revisions to USP 797 were published on June 1, 2019. These revisions are the result of evidence and new science based on best practices, updated guidance documents, and enhanced understanding. LicenseTrak compliance software is the key to helping you obtain the compliance you need with the latest changes to USP 797. The most […]

What is USP Chapter 800?

Posted On: February 14th, 2020
At LicenseTrak, we understand the difficulty of staying current with all of the latest regulation and rule changes when it comes to USP standards. For this reason, we offer you a guide and helpful information, contributing to the ability of your staff to maintain USP compliance and stay safe. LicenseTrak can help your pharmacy operations […]

What is USP 797?

Posted On: February 7th, 2020
USP 797 is the set of standards pharmacies are to follow when compounding sterile drug products. It covers both nonhazardous and hazardous drugs and deals primarily with protecting staff, facilities, and sterile compounds from contamination. USP 797 helps ensure patient safety and minimizes the risks connected with compounding medications, including improper dosage, infection, and contamination. […]