The pharmacies in the Canary Islands have initiated a pilot test of drug orders through electronic vouchers, an initiative that seeks to simplify and streamline processes, as reported by the Official College of Pharmacists of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (COFSCTF).
Narcotic drugs, by their very nature and regulation, require strict controls both in the process of dispensing the patient and in the orders made by pharmacies to distributors.
Therefore, they have begun the tests to replace them with electronic vouchers that will improve processes in terms of security, traceability, control and speed of orders.
In this regard, the COFSCTF supervises the tests that include seven pharmacies and the four pharmacy management programs present in the province.
These tests are organized by the Canary Islands Government Pharmaceutical Management Service that involve, in addition to pharmaceutical colleges and pharmacies, the drug distribution stores (COFARTE, COFARCA and COFARES) and the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS), which is the generator of the vouchers.
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