Preparing the Pharmacy for a Joint Commission Survey

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American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2003 - Medical - 366 pages
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Guidelines for compliance with Joint Commission standards relating to pharmacy.

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Contents

Sections Leadership Including Organization Scope of Services and Responsibility
22
Licenses Registrations and Permits
24
Staffing
26
AfterHours Pharmacy Services
27
Emergency Preparedness Internal and External Disasters
28
Space Equipment and Supplies
29
Management of Information
30
Personnel Records
31
Nutrition Care Including Parenteral Nutrition
79
Drug Administration Including SelfAdministration
80
Medication Safety
81
Adverse Drug Reactions ADRs
82
Drug Profiles
83
Monitoring Drug Therapy
84
Performance Improvement PI
85
Medication Use Improvement
86

Job Descriptions
32
Performance Evaluations and Competence Assessments
34
Orientation of Pharmacy Staff
37
Education and Training of Pharmacy Staff
39
Orientation Education and Training of Other Hospital Staff
42
Education of Patients and Family
44
DrugFood Interaction Education
47
Formulary Including Alternative Therapies
48
Drug Samples
50
Recalled Drugs and Devices
51
Emergency Drugs
52
Controlled Substances
54
Investigational Drugs and OffLabel Use of Drugs
57
Patient Rights and Organizational Ethics Including Confidentiality and Informed Consent
58
Drug Storage Including Refrigeration
59
References
62
Security of Staff and Medications
64
Safety Including Fire Safety
65
Hazardous Materials and Wastes
66
Pharmacy and Therapeutics PT Committee Activities
68
Policies and Procedures
69
Drug Orders Including Verbal Orders and Entries in Medical Records
71
Pharmacist Review of Drug Orders
72
Automatic Stop Orders
73
Medication Dispensing Including Containers Labels and Expiration Dates
74
Ambulatory Care and Discharge Medications
75
Exhibits
76
Previous Recommendations
89
Index
241
Leadership Including Organization and Scope of Services
260
AfterHours and Emergency Pharmacy Services
261
Management of Information
262
Job Descriptions
263
Education and Training of Pharmacy Staff
264
Orientation Education and Training of Other Hospital Staff
265
Drug Samples
266
Recalled Drugs and Devices
267
Controlled Substances
268
Investigational Drugs and OffLabel Use of Drugs
269
Informed Consent
270
Security of Staff and Medications
271
Pharmacy and Therapeutics PT Committee Activities
272
Policies and Procedures
273
Drug Orders Including Verbal Orders and Entries in Medical Records
274
Automatic Stop Orders
276
Ambulatory Care and Discharge Medications
277
Parenteral and Sterile Products
278
Patients Personal Medications
279
Drug Profiles
280
Monitoring Drug Therapy
281
Performance Improvement Quality AssessmentImprovement
282
Previous Recommendations
283
Example Forms and Documents
291
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