turning off alerts for medication interactions of inactive ingredients

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Abhiruchi Mehta
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turning off alerts for medication interactions of inactive ingredients

Hello, some providers at our facility are requesting to turn off medication interaction alerts for several inactive ingredients (some eg: YELLOW DYE, CI PIGMENT BLUE 63,RED DYE,BENZYL ALCOHOL,BRILLIANT BLUE FCF,SACCHARIN,SODIUM BENZOATE, WATER, STERILE)

How does your institution determine what alerts are appropriate to turn off/silence?

Thank you.

Abhi