Compliance/Credentialing designed by Pharmacists for Pharmacy Owners
Pharmacies must comply with a growing number of regulations from various state and federal agencies. The frequency of audits and the fine amounts for non-compliance are increasing. COMPLIANCETrack helps relieve the stress caused by setting up policies, procedures and training programs to comply with current regulations plus keeping track of any new legally required changes.
COMPLIANCETrack is the Pharmacy industry’s ONLY complete Pharmacy Compliance/Credentialing suite, easily accessed online and always up to date.
Our COMPLIANCETrack platform provides:
- Policies and Procedures required for Pharmacy Compliance/Credentialing
- Online employee training and tracking
- Populate employee information easily into all programs
- Identical program formatting for an easy learning curve
- An easy to follow step-by-step action plan to implement the program
- Automatic updates as laws change
- Industry-leading customer service with a dedicated team of Pharmacy Compliance Specialists as your primary contacts
ComplianceTrack is designed to make compliance/credentialing, risk management and government audits easier, less costly, and much more efficient.
COMPLIANCETrack gives you the peace of mind you need as a busy Pharmacy owner.
Thousands of Pharmacies across the U.S. rely on PRS for their total Pharmacy Regulatory Compliance/Credentialing coverage. With the help of our award-winning PRS Pharmacy Compliance support team, you’ll have 100% compliance coverage, GUARANTEED!
We are so confident in COMPLIANCETrack that our 100% guarantee is simple:
If you are fined while utilizing our COMPLIANCETrack Suite, we will pay the fines. No fine print or restrictions!
Do you have multiple Pharmacy locations? No problem! Purchase additional suites for each location as needed with the option of having one easy-to-manage account.
COMPLIANCETrack is completely customizable.
Two comprehensive bundles are available (Essentials Suite and Deluxe Suite). The products in each bundle are also available for individual sale. You may review individual product descriptions, which contain further details by clicking on the product icon/name. If you have questions about which package would be best for you or you need additional details on specific products Contact Us Today.
The government maintains lists of persons excluded from federally funded programs. If an employee, or other individual or entity working on behalf of the Pharmacy, is on one of these exclusion lists, federally funded third parties and State Medicaid can take back all amounts paid to which those individuals and entities were involved.
Government and Medicare Part D Plans require all Pharmacies to be compliant with the Fraud, Waste and Abuse and Compliance Program Requirements. Loss of Rx filling privileges and fines can result in non-compliance.
FDA mandated as of March 1, 2016. All Pharmacies must receive and store the Transaction History, Information, and Statements for all drugs received for a period of at least 6 years.
The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard requires all employees to be trained on the new label and safety data sheet requirements on hazardous chemicals that may be present in a Pharmacy.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires all employers to retain a completed I-9 form for each employee. This program gives you the rules and the tools for collecting, documenting, destroying (when appropriate), and auditing these I-9 forms.
An Exposure Control Plan is required by all Pharmacies that are potentially exposing their employees to blood borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). Immunizations, CLIA Waived testing and the renting and return of used Durable Medical Equipment are just some of the areas where an Exposure Control Plan could be required.
Point of Care Testing (POCT) implementation program will provide the necessary instructions to ensure that you have everything needed to begin offering Point of Care Testing (POCT).
Exposure to Hazardous Drugs is a real and present concern in many Pharmacies. It is critical for all Pharmacies handling hazardous drugs – not just compounding Pharmacies – to have a USP <800> Compliance Program in order to understand their level of risk, and to promote patient, employee, and environmental safety with regard to hazardous drug preparations.