What happens when patients who receive a trusted treatment start experiencing adverse reactions? And what can be done to help prevent it from reoccurring?
Patients, their families and health care providers alike care about the quality of their medicines. For nearly 200 years, USP has contributed to the quality of medicines by providing publicly-available standards.
We live in an age where the use of computers and software systems are directly integrated into the practice and delivery of healthcare. This digitization of healthcare has led to innovations such as electronic health records, telemedicine, wearable devices, and even digital therapeutics.
Universal health coverage requires access to quality-assured medicines. Unfortunately, substandard and falsified medicines are highly preval