Ingredient Validation

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Objective: To verify the ingredients staged for use in making finished products and stock solutions are consistent with the ingredients defined on the formulary worksheet (FWS). To record the scanning of the barcodes associated with each of the ingredients as verified against the defined BOM of both products and stock solutions.
1. Security

The application requires an extranet account. Username and password must be entered and validated prior to accessing the functionality. To access the BOM Validation, the user must have RPh roles and privileges.
2. Lot Validation:
All barcoding on the handheld is associated with a lot number. The lot numbers can be either scanned or manually entered in the header portion of the BOM validation screens. The system will validate the lot number (and status) by returning the NDC and product/solution description. This information is validated on all RPh screens.

3. Setup:
The setup function is a pre-requisite to any BOM validation. The set requires 4 pieces of information to be entered. The first is the label barcode which can be scanned into the available text box. The barcode value is validated against the product or stock solution barcode stored in extranet. The process will not continue until the intended product is matched to the label. The system also expects a barcode to be scanned for the Hood, Tech(s) and pump(s), associated with the production of the lot being scanned. When this screen is selected on a previously scanned lot, the scanned values will be presented.

4. BOM Validation:

This module reviews the product or stock solution BOM and lists the ingredients and diluents as they exist on the FWS. A text box is present for each ingredient. The scanned vale for each ingredient must contain the barcode as it exists on the ingredients table at the time the scan is to be performed. The scanned value may also…...

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