Pharmacy Services | Scope of Services

Scope of Services



Some of the many services provided by the pharmacy include:

    In compliance with CMS, The Joint Commission, State Board of Pharmacy, Medication Management Standards, and other regulatory agencies
  • Centralized medication distribution to hospitalized patients
  • Highly integrated technological capacity with computerized provider order entry, perpetual inventory, computerized IV admixture, automated medication dispensing cabinets, barcode technology, bedside scanning, smart-pumps and electronic health record
  • Sterile compounding in a USP 797 compliant clean room
  • Decentralized clinical pharmacy services (patient-centered model of care)
  • Outpatient Infusion Center
  • Outpatient Oncology Services
  • Broad representation on vital health-system teams and committees
  • Collaborative practice agreements with medical staff
  • Drug information services
  • Investigational drug study participation and assistance
  • Medication Reconciliation
  • Patient education programs
  • Staff education via scholarly programs, inservices and impromptu opportunities
  • Postgraduate Year One (PGY1) pharmacy residency program
  • Provide ongoing educational opportunities for NDSU College of Pharmacy interns as well as students interested in a pharmacy career
  • Pharmacist-managed anticoagulation and antithrombotic service for inpatients
  • Pharmacokinetic monitoring service and support
  • Highly integrated Pharmacy Informatics service
  • Continuous safety, effectiveness and quality monitoring
  • Community Philanthropy Programs
  • Community Education
  • Formulary management
  • Drug use evaluation