What are some strategies the FDA has implemented, which help prevent medication errors in the pharmacy?
Error Prevention Strategies from the FDA that Produce RESULTS?
It seems like some of the errors that have been recently made by our pharmacy techs are actually really preventable.
Does the FDA do anything about reports it receives on medication errors? What is the role of the FDA in helping to prevent med errors? What types of things, on a regulatory level, does the FDA do to prevent mistakes at the pharmacy level?
It would be good for the many other visitors that come here to this site to know this as well. Thanks in advance!