Changes on the Way for Track-and-Trace

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The following was provided by the National Community Pharmacists Association:

Requirements for trading partners under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (also known as the "track-and-trace law") are coming. After Nov. 27, 2019, wholesalers can only accept pharmaceutical products that have a DSCSA-compliant product identifier, unless subject to a waiver, exception, or exemption under the law or it meets FDA guidance regarding grandfathered product. Further, after this date wholesalers will be required to verify with the manufacturer of a product the DSCSA-compliant product identifier before redistributing a saleable return. NCPA recommends that pharmacy owners immediately ask their trading partners how these compliance dates may impact your pharmacy and plan accordingly. Here's a poster on track-and-trace requirements and more information from the FDA.

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