Beijing Municipal Health Commission Held a Training Course on Review and Comment of Prescriptions
From:Beijing Municipal Health Commission


On November 13th and 14th, 2018, training course on review and comment of prescriptions was held as scheduled at Beijing Garden Hotel. Twenty industry executives shared their opinions and experience on prescription review and technical difficulties of preposition review, scientific research progress, practical experience, etc. More than 400 pharmacists from secondary and above medical institutions in Beijing attended the training.

Yue Xiaolin, Director of the Department of Pharmaceutical Equipment the Beijing Municipal Health Commission, gave an explanation on the recently issued “Regulations for the Review of Prescription of Medical Institutions” (hereinafter referred to as “regulations”). The "regulations" reflects the professional and technical value of pharmacists, transforms the pharmacy service model, and provides patients with better and humanized pharmacy technical services, but there are challenges for the hospitals involved. The pharmacist is no longer a pharmacy technician who simply dispenses medicine. The value of the pharmacist should be increased in many ways. To this end, the pre-review system will be fully implemented in the city to achieve comprehensive management of rational drug use for medical units at the secondary level and above by 2020. The director of the Pharmacy Department of Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, Mr. Qi Jiancun, summarized the regional prescriptions in Beijing in recent years and put forward the difficulties and solutions in the prescription review. Zhao Rongsheng, assistant to the president of Peking University Third Hospital, Zhao Zhigang, director of the Pharmacy Department of Beijing Tiantan Hospital, and Yan Suying, deputy director of the Pharmacy Department of Xuanwu Hospital of Capital Medical University, attended the meeting and gave lectures.

The two-day training laid the foundation for carrying out prescription review, promoting pre-review of prescriptions, and continuously improving the quality of prescription reviews in the city to improve the clinical value of pharmacists.


More than 400 people from 210 hospitals attended the meeting.