• FDA & OTC Drugs

    FDA & OTC Drugs

    Over-the-counter medicines (OTC)OTC is better known as non-prescription medicine or over the counter drugs. All medications bought without a physician’s prescriptions are OTC.Food and Drug AdministrationThe United States Department of Health and Human Services has a department known as FDA which stands for Food and Drug Administration. The purpose of FDA is to ensure the safety of the public health by reviewing and supervising products associated with cosmetics, medicines, vaccines, veterinary products, OTC’s, dietary supplements, and biopharmaceuticals.Regulation of OTC by FDAThe United States distribution of medicine gets... Read More

  • FDA’s VQIP and Application Process

    FDA’s VQIP and Application Process

    Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP) It (VQIP) is a fee-based voluntary program that governs the activities of participating importers imports of human as well as animal foods in America. The benefit to importers is that they will experience greater speed while importing their products to the States while staying clear of import delays. Consumers benefit from the stringent management and safety of their supplies. FDA stands for Food and Drug Administration which is part of the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The federal agency is among the United States federal executive departments. It serves a purpose of... Read More

  • ADA Guidelines -Website Accessibility for Disables

    ADA Guidelines -Website Accessibility for Disables

    The number of disabled persons in the world rests in an outstanding approximate of one billion. Due to such a high number, the United States formulate the American with Disabilities Act on June 26, 1990. In the States, about 26,000 cases of neglected people with disabilities fail to land jobs and sue companies. The revolution of the internet world creates a platform where people can seek job opportunities. However, disabled people can find it cumbersome to manoeuvre through it if it lacks some features.The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)President George W. Bush enacted the law on July 26, 1990. The Americans with Disabilities Act... Read More

  • How the New GDPR Law Affects HR Personnels in USA

    How the New GDPR Law Affects HR Personnels in USA

    GDPR Rule Effect on HRAs the human relations specialist, you need to know what is happening within your organization at all times. In most scenarios, this means having everyone’s personal information. This information includes names, pictures, email addresses, bank details, among other others. However, as a professional also need to be careful when handling peoples information and this is where the GDPR comes in.The GDPR or the General Data Protection Regulation is all about keeping personal data safe. This is a regulation passed by the EU, which limits some of the things companies can do with personal data while at the same time... Read More

  • HIPAA and Patient Information Privacy: What You Need to Know

    HIPAA and Patient Information Privacy: What You Need to Know

    Due to the massive amount of personal data and information stored electronically today, everybody is concerned about their patient information privacy. That is why you may find yourself questioning what your doctor is doing to ensure the protection of your healthcare information.Health plans, health care providers, health care clearinghouses, and their business associates have to abide by set industry standards when it comes to the storage and transmission of your healthcare information. However, some entities don’t have to follow these regulations. These include:State agencies such as child protective servicesLaw enforcement... Read More

  • Employee Payments Best Practices

    Employee Payments Best Practices

    To you, their salaries are just a line item in the budget. To your employees, they’re much more. Employee Payments can be very complicated process for some. If you don’t know how to pay employees correctly, you can run into problems with employees who don’t receive the pay they expect and with your state and federal employment laws. In this article, we’ll look at how to pay these employees correctly and what are the current best practices.There are two types of pay which an employer considers for their work:Wages and salary: Wages and salary are commonly known as base pay. Base pay is the foundation of total compensation because it... Read More