Articles Matching "Regulatory"

Merit Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) GPO Opportunities

Find out specific ways that practices can gain or lose reimbursement under the federal Merit Based Incentive Payment System and how they can use the products and services available from a GPO to protect and maximize their revenue stream.

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Provista Has You Covered Head-to-Toe For Hazardous Drug Compounding

Personal protective equipment is your line of defense against exposure to hazardous drugs. This infographic explains how Provista has you covered from head-to-toe.

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Pharmaceutical Compounding: Safeguarding the Patient, Worker and Environment.

This white paper will explain the current regulations that govern drug compounding. The white paper will outline how to become compliant with USP general chapters <795>, <797> and <800>.

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Are You Ready for USP Compounding Regulations <795>, <797> and <800>?

In the wake of a nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak that killed more than 75 people, the FDA, CMS, and state boards of pharmacy have implemented new compounding regulations with more on the way. The new regulations, which cover hazardous drugs, are significantly different from current standards. A clinical expert explains the standards and the steps facilities must take to become compliant.

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Feeling the Impact Yet? New Medicare Reimbursements Are in Effect

The revised Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule under Medicare took effect this past January. Part of the Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA), the new fee schedule is designed to align the rates that Medicare pays for lab tests with the rates paid by private payers. As a result, Medicare has reduced the rate it pays physician clinics and other providers for most lab tests.

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How to Prepare for New USP Compounding Regulations

In the wake of a nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak that killed more than 75 people, the FDA, CMS, and state boards of pharmacy have implemented new compounding regulations with more on the way. The new regulations, which cover hazardous drugs, are significantly different from current standards. A clinical expert explains the standards and the steps facilities must take to become compliant.

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