AVMA Advocates New Compounding Policies

As we prepare for new federal veterinary compounding legislation or amendments that could be introduced at any time, the AVMA’s Executive Board has approved three new policies that AVMA will advocate on behalf of our members on Capitol Hill. These new policies reflect member input on the critical need for and appropriate use of compounded medications in veterinary practice.

The policies will be posted on our site sometime in the next few weeks, but AVMA members can read and discuss these policies now on NOAH, our online discussion forum.

3 thoughts on “AVMA Advocates New Compounding Policies

  1. These new policies reflect member input on the critical need for and appropriate use of compounded medications in veterinary practice.

    The policies will be posted on our site sometime in the next few weeks, but AVMA members can read and discuss these policies now on NOAH, our online discussion forum.

  2. Dear Dr. Windley,

    Could you help me understand what data-posting needs you have at this time? If you’re having difficulty logging in, or retrieving the posted PDFs that have already been posted on the NOAH Discussion group, kindly respond here and I will email you, as I am glad to help you locate those. These policies are important to members, so we have worked to post them as soon as possible after the Executive Board adjourned its meeting this past weekend.

    Sincerely,
    Lynne A. White-Shim

  3. AGAIN!!!! Too little too late. You blow the whistle and cackle as a hen that has laid an egg, then indicate that the data will be posted at some later date. Typical of what we are getting from our AVMA in the past 15 years, little or nothing but flash with no substance.