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Stand Out as a Top Pharmacy or Healthcare Provider in Your Community
Working in the high-demand industries of healthcare and pharmaceuticals during a pandemic can put more than a little strain on managing a workforce, business growth and community outreach. It has been amazing to witness the resilience and determination displayed by so many individuals and organizations in these fields. Here are a few reminders for ways to keep moving forward to support your customers, your employees, your communities and your bottom line.
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: Choosing a reverse distributor, Being a strong Community Pharmacy, In Your Community, Reverse Distribution for Pharmacies
What are the requirements for reverse distribution of controlled substances?
In addition to following federal, state and local guidelines for distribution of controlled substance and administering the proper forms and paperwork, it is also required to work with an approved reverse distributor to receive and process returned pharmaceuticals or hazardous waste.
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| Categories: Drug Waste Consulting, What is New | Tags: DEA Shipping requirements for hazardous waste, Pharmacy transfers, reverse distribution
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Maintaining the Highest Level of Ethics

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Maintaining the Highest Level of Ethics
Maintaining a highly ethical business practice involves internal best practices, communication and values. However, proper vendor and supplier management is also a critical factor in upholding strong business ethics in the pharmaceutical industry.
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: ethics, pharmaceuticals, business ethics in pharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical returns vendor
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Supporting Biopharmaceutical Innovation

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Supporting Biopharmaceutical Innovation
From research and development, distribution, and reverse distribution, the biopharmaceutical industry must support innovation.
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: biopharmaceutical innovation, medicine innovation, reverse distributor, expired drug disposal, pharmacy waste management, recalled drugs, medical office medicine returns, innovation in medicine, pharmaceutical returns
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Maximizing Credits on your Pharmaceutical Returns

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Maximizing Credits on your Pharmaceutical Returns
Selecting the right Reverse Distributor to work with can provide safe, secure and efficient service and save you thousands of dollars.
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| Categories: What is New, Return Credit | Tags: reverse distributor, pharmaceutical returns, collecting and removing damaged or outdated pharmaceutical returns, reverse distribution, maximizing credits with pharmaceutical returns
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Aspects of a Sustainable Pharmaceutical Industry

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Aspects of a Sustainable Pharmaceutical Industry
Reverse distributors are a key partner in sustainability for pharmaceutical companies.
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: Pharmaceutical company, sustainability in pharmaceuticals, expired drugs, recalled drugs, sustainable pharmaceutical production
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Medical Biohazardous Waste

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Medical Biohazardous Waste
Even though we do not directly handle the disposal of biohazardous waste we encourage the professionals we work with to challenge the ways they organize and dispose of ALL waste.
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Wasted Pharmaceutical Drugs

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Wasted Pharmaceutical Drugs
Medicine is wasted in a variety of ways and there are many reasons why these pharmaceuticals go unused. The Food and Drug Administration works to reduce this costly waste and provides guidelines that help facilitate the industry. Even if each tier of the system were to do everything right, there would still be some wasted medication left over and in need of proper disposal.
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| Categories: Drug Waste Consulting, What is New | Tags: medicine, misuse, waste, disposal
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The Fight to Decrease Misuse

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The Fight to Decrease Misuse
Addiction and the abuse of pain medication leads to tens of thousands of deaths a year. Many of the deaths associated with drug overdoses involve opioids. The disposal of prescription drugs varies state to state. The responsibility that healthcare facilities take to avoid misuse and contamination from opioids is a vital part of saving lives.
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| Categories: What is New | Tags: opioids, pharmaceuticals, returns, ethics, medicine, misuse, dispose
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Reasons for Non Returnable Product

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Reasons for Non Returnable Product
Sometimes, a business that goes through a lot of prescription drugs can return unused products to the manufacturer for credit. There are multiple reasons why a drug could be deemed “non returnable”.
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| Categories: Drug Waste Consulting, What is New, Return Credit | Tags:
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