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The Conundrum of Compounded Drugs


Drug compounding is the combining, mixing, or altering of drug ingredients to address an individual patient's needs. This service can be beneficial to patients who have certain allergies or require their medication in a liquid form that isn't typically available. However, there are some concerns with the current use and distribution of compounded drugs.

Download this white paper to learn more about the concerns with compounding drugs, including:

  • The implications of not being FDA-approved
  • The dangerous freedom of companies with pharmacy licenses 
  • How compounded drugs are billed