Medication administration training must be provided to CAH nursing staff and other authorized personnel. The training should include safe handling and preparation; indications, side effects, and interactions; and equipment, devices, and techniques.
Who Must Complete Training?
Nursing staff and other authorized personnel.
When Do I Need to Complete?
Orientation and ongoing.
The legal mandate requiring reporting
42 CFR 485.635(d)(3)
All drugs, biologicals, and intravenous medications must be administered by or under the supervision of a registered nurse, a doctor of medicine or osteopathy, or, where permitted by State law, a physician assistant, in accordance with written and signed orders, accepted standards of practice, and Federal and State laws.
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