Bula provides a timesaving new way to help clients publish policies and procedures for their pharmacy.

Written policies and procedures are a must for well-managed pharmacies and the implementation of good business practices. Now clients can create a personalized manual that documents their procedures, outlines their business requirements, helps them comply with legal requirements, clarifies expectations and reduces new-hire orientation and training time. This policy and procedure documentation allows for tracking revisions, approvals and corresponding updates for better accountability.

Bula's Policies & Procedures Template helps clients quickly develop their manual by selecting from pre-written comprehensive pharmacy policies, procedures and forms created by the Bula team.

Clients can create a personalized Policy and Procedure Manual in three easy steps.

  1. Review the content for the topics you want to include.

  2. Select and download the pre-written text, revise any content, or write your own. Then save for easy updating.

  3. Your customized Policy and Procedure Manual is ready to publish for your organization.

Chapters included in the policies and procedures template for pharmacies:

  • Policies
  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Human Resources
  • Customer Service
  • Operations
  • Billing
  • Quality Assurance
  • Record Retention
  • Safety
  • Security
  • Facility
  • Supply Chain
  • Forms
  • Blank Template

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NOTE: Bula's template subscriptions are active for 12 months, so you can take advantage of any changes during that time.

This manual template is reviewed and updated annually. Due to the dynamic nature of the pharmacy industry, changes may require Bula to make modifications between annual update cycles. This template and all others in this manual, are designed to comply with federal law however, some states have requirements that differ from federal law. We advise consulting a local attorney familiar with your state’s laws to determine if any changes are required to meet state-specific laws.