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Since regulators have began putting greater scrutiny on compounding pharmacies following incidents linked to poor oversight by state boards of pharmacy, FDA has divided these pharmacies into two sectors: A and B. We've summarized the key points that define both of these designations, the important differences between them, and critical information related to regulatory compliance and compounding pharmacies. The FDA has designated A compounding pharmacies as those that compound according to prescriptions specific to particular patients and are required by state boards of pharmacy to comply with USP and other guidelines. These facilities are limited to dispensing only for home use and are not allowed to compound large batches, an ability that can lead to lower product costs. The FDA has designated B compounding pharmacies as those with outsourcing facilities that may manufacture large batches with or without prescriptions to be sold to healthcare facilities for office use only.
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Managing drug inventory in a pharmacy is a common task for pharmacy technicians. Data suggest that pharmacy technicians spend nearly one-quarter of their workday maintaining medication and inventory control systems. It is important in the delivery of high quality patient care to ensure that medication is available when it is needed by patients. Pharmacy technicians must balance keeping adequate inventory that can fulfill patient needs with minimizing unnecessary stock. Most drug wholesalers have a return process that can be used when excess amounts of drugs or unneeded drugs are on the pharmacy shelf.