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- Identify areas to create sterile products preparation efficiencies
- Ways to improve sterile products processes using a workflow management tool
- Describe ways to decrease sterile products processing errors through standardized workflow
- Describe 3 cases each of reported issues with compounded sterile products from outsourced providers and from in-house hospital pharmacies.
- Describe how outsourced compounded sterile products compare in terms of safety to manufacturer-prepared sterile products, in-house prepared compounded sterile products, and point-of-care prepared compounded sterile products.
- List the 5 key elements when making a decision to prepare compounded sterile products in-hours vs. using an outsourced contracted provider.
- List the TJC requirements that apply to an outsourced compounded sterile products provider and managing their services.
- List the six key components of selecting an outsourced vendor, and the considerations that need to be included for each.
- Identify system-based causes of medication errors associated with preparation of compounding sterile preparations (CSPs) in the acute care setting
- Identify storage, workflow, labeling, quality control, and documentation best practices that should be standardized and incorporated into the manual preparation of all CSPs
- Discuss current technologies and describe how each can be used to reduce the risk of error in the preparation of CSPs
- Learn how to participate in further development and finalizing of these best practice guidelines
- Define the current barriers to successful transitions of care
- Describe the role of the pharmacist in various transitions of care models
- Discuss the impact of transitions of care programs on medication safety and hospital readmission rates
- Identify best practices for transitions of care that could be implemented at your institution
- Enhance the IV room productivity and reduce IV waste while improving medication delivery to the nursing units
- Demonstrate strategies resulting in the significant decrease in medication requests
- Identify changes in the IV Drug Delivery preparation and delivery process that resulted in a IV drug cost savings
- List common problems with transitions of care
- Explain the potential reimbursement penalties for excess readmission rates
- Describe potential roles for the pharmacist in improving a patient's transition of care