IV medication preparation in the office

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    Who can prepare IV medications in a physician office-based infusion center? We are in GA, and the GA Board of Pharmacy allows for “Practitioner Dispensing” of medications. However, does the practitioner need to prepare those IV medications, or can that be done by an assistant? Does the practitioner need to directly supervise the person preparing / compounding the IV medications? I am specifically wondering for situations when a Pharmacist is not present, and the person compounding is a Pharmacy Tech.

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