If you run a pharmacy, you trust and count on your employees. They’re an important part of your team and your work “family.” But sometimes the people you least expect might be doing things that could mean big trouble for your business.
21% did not have software to identify diversion
16% did not use an automated vault for controlled substances
Most common violations cited by the DEA:
It can happen to you.
Whether it’s a trusted employee, long-time client or even a relative, pharmaceutical practices are at risk for drug diversion. It’s imperative that you be prepared. Now is the time to investigate, identify, correct and strengthen your pharmacy against the most common vulnerabilities you face today. Keeping up with changing standards, best practices, new requirements and growing threats are the most effective ways to protect your business. But failing to adapt to these new realities may not only cost you financially, it can also cause irreparable harm to your personal and professional reputation.
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