§ 113.23. Records.
(a) All drug transactions of the pharmacy shall be recorded, and those records shall be correlated with other hospital records. Such special records as are required by the provisions of Chapter 25 (relating to controlled substances, drugs, devices and cosmetics) shall also be kept.
(b) The pharmacy shall establish and maintain a system of records and bookkeeping in accordance with the policies of the hospital in order to maintain adequate control over the requisitioning and dispensing of all drugs and pharmaceutical supplies and over patient billing for all drugs and pharmaceutical supplies.
(c) Records for drugs dispensed from the pharmacy shall be maintained in the pharmacy, and records of drugs administered to patients shall be maintained in the medical record of the patient.
(d) Oral orders for drugs for immediate administration shall be subject to the medical staff policies on oral orders, set forth in § 107.62 (relating to oral orders).
(e) Copies of records of all adverse drug reactions and drug sensitivities shall be maintained in accordance with the provisions of § 109.65 (relating to recording of drugs administered). Copies of records of all adverse drug reactions and drug sensitivities shall be maintained in the pharmacy for two years.
The provisions of this § 113.23 issued under 67 Pa.C.S. § § 61016104; and Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1973 (71 P. S. § 755-2).
The provisions of this § 113.23 amended September 19, 1980, effective September 20, 1980, 10 Pa.B. 3761. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (37828).
This section cited in 28 Pa. Code § 109.65 (relating to recording of drugs administered).
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