DYNALABS’ mission statement centers on our ability to create a higher level of patient safety in all pharmacy settings. In the hospital segment, our approach centers on a quality assurance platform. This platform focuses on being able to impact the life cycle of a drug in the pharmacy. This life cycle includes the acquisition, process design, validation, workflow, distribution, and returns of a drug.
We use our core lab, on-site testing (DVx™ – 04) and outside <797> consultants to deliver our services. The success of our quality assurance platform will impact areas such as drug cost savings/waste, clinical outcomes, and overall productivity/efficiencies in the pharmacy. It will also enhance your performance within documents/records management, regulatory compliance, existing quality control process, safety, equipment, and training.
Explore more specific areas of our Quality Assurance Platform:
Beyond Use Dating (BUD) is the date determined beyond which medications that have been manipulated and/or repackaged and stored or dispensed in a container other than the original manufacturer’s storage container may not be used. (Example – A refrigerated drug that has a dating of nine days moves to a room temperature…
The use of drugs for a purpose other than intended therapeutic utilization. Some hospitals have issued protocol(s) to randomly test drug waste to track their staff routinely. Waste monitoring has shown to be a deterrent for drug diversion across healthcare…
In House Training
Ensuring that pharmacy personnel dispense and compound drugs at an optimal level is a goal and challenge in all hospitals. Training within a quality driven approach represents the foundation to addressing this challenge. Testing can help monitor the progress of each pharmacy employee. This will also enable…
Hospital pharmacies should have a program/protocol to validate their processes internally, as well as their 3rd party suppliers to ensure drug consistency. Currently, quality is assumed but may not be demonstrated by the supplier of a drug(s). Certificates of Analysis and/or CQI (Continuous Quality Improvement) audits…
A hospital questioning a drug adverse event or drug therapeutic response of a patient. In most cases, analyzing the drug (through testing) can typically determine if the drug is correct and at the right strength.