Don't Automatically Order in a Non-Formulary Med That's Usually Interchanged

We're getting questions about how to prevent errors due to therapeutic interchanges.

Using a formulary med in place of a patient's home med can help streamline inventory and contain costs.

For example, using pantoprazole means you only have to stock one or two strengths of one PPI...not all strengths of the six PPIs on the market.

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