Feedback for Implementation of Continuous Quality Assurance for Medication Safety

Pharmacist  ·  April 27, 2017

But please clarify, because it's very relevant: if the pharmacist does a final check, but when doing so discovers that a technician (or other) in the chain inputted something incorrectly (such as something as simple as a typo) and then they have to go back in and re-do it, cancelling it first -- why should that appear/be captured as a "near miss/error" when it's part of the fundamental fill/check process?

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