Pharmacy & Prescription Medication Labels
What Are Pharmacy Labels?
Pharmacy labels communicate information from the doctor and the pharmacy. They help guide medical professionals and patients in using the medication correctly. Hospitals, clinics, physicians' offices, nursing homes and more use pharmacy labels to communicate information that ensures proper patient care.
Common Pharmacy Label Uses In Healthcare
Pharmacy labels detail key information including patient name, doctor's name, name and strength of drug, dosage instructions and more. In addition, pharmacy labels emphasize important directions such as when to take the medication or precautions that need to be followed when using the medication.
Pharmacy Labels At United Ad Label
United Ad Label provides pharmacy labels that are specifically designed to handle the rigors of a healthcare environment and work in sync with the new technologies that are part of a modern healthcare system. In addition to our stock products, we offer custom labels if the stock options don’t meet your needs. Custom or ready-to-ship, all are designed to help you improve efficiency, productivity, and patient safety.
Types of Pharmacy LabelsView All
Communication labels detail pharmacy dosage and safety procedures.
Medication Flag Labels
Medication flag labels wrap around hard to label vials and packaging providing hard-to-miss alerts and instructions.
Medication Instruction Labels
Medication instruction labels help guide proper dispensing. They reduce medication mix ups.
Pharmacy Information System (PIS) labels provide crisp images for accurate barcode scanning with systems including Cerner, EPIC, Meditech and ScriptPro.
Storage Expiration Labels
Storage expiration labels detail key medication information including the date opened, expiration dates and storage requirements.
USP <800> Labels
USP 800 labels help the clinical staff handle HDs safely and accurately. They instruct proper shipping, storage and disposal and guide PPE use.