Pharmacy practice:

  • New compounding rules: While USP 800 does not go into effect until July 2018, the California State Board of Pharmacy imposed its own requirements for the handling and compounding of hazardous drugs. It did not adopt USP 800 in its entirety and enacted some unique provisions, for example requiring that:

  • all CPEC be

As a practical matter, pharmacists in California already provide written warnings on medications dispensed. Now California law expressly requires pharmacists to include written labels on prescription drug containers indicating that the drug may impair the ability to operate a vehicle or a vessel and that it poses a significant risk if consumed with alcohol. Failure

Here is a list of 2017 regulations that affect your pharmacy practice this year.

Gender toilet facilities, AB 1732: Commencing Mar. 1, 2017 all single-use bathrooms (designated for no more than one occupant at a time or for family or assisted use) must be identified as all-gender by signage that complies with Title 24