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 Fraudulent Prescription Alert:

September 11, 2018
Fraudulent prescriptions for Promethazine with Codeine have been seen in the Maryland, Delaware and Virginia areas. Contact your local law enforcement or call 911 if you suspect that you have been presented with one of these fraudulent prescriptions.

Vaccination Pharmacist CPR card certification must be obtained through in-person classroom instruction.


 Controlled Dangerous Substance Providers:

New CE Requirements

Effective October 1, 2018
(HB 1452 – “Controlled Dangerous Substances Registration – Authorized Providers – Continuing Education”)
 
Authorized Providers are Required to Complete
2 Hours of Continuing Education
Prior to Receiving a New or Renewal CDS Registration Certificate
 New and Renewal Applicants:
 Must attest to the completion of 2 Hours of Continuing Education, related to the Prescribing or Dispensing of Controlled Substances, when applying for a CDS registration beginning on October 1, 2018.
 The Continuing Education Course must be
r
ecognized by the Authorized Provider’s Professional Board
 
OR Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.

 

Office Location:
4201 Patterson Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21215
 
(410) 764-4755  or (800) 542-4964 (Maryland Only) 
(800) 735-2258 TTY for the Deaf 

2018 Annual Continuing Education Breakfast

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The next Public Board Meeting will be on   Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 9:30 AM at the Board of Pharmacy


 
HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS REGULATED BY THE MARYLAND INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION ONLY:
TIME RESTRICTIONS WAIVED ON PRESCRIPTION REFILLS WHILE STATE OF EMERGENCY IS IN EFFECT

Governor Larry Hogan has issued  Executive Order 01.01.2018.22 declaring a state of emergency.  During the state of emergency and pursuant to COMAR 31.01.02.06A(3) the Insurance Commissioner requires health carriers to waive time restrictions on prescription medication refills, and authorize payments to pharmacies for at least a 30-day supply of any prescription medication, regardless of the date of the last refill. This bulletin also waives any restrictions on the time frame for the replacement of durable medical equipment or supplies, eyeglasses, and dentures. The emergency regulation only applies to those health insurance plans regulated by the Maryland Insurance Administration. Federal plans such as Medicare and Tricare, as well as self-insured employee plans and Medicaid, are not affected by this emergency action. The regulation will remain in place for the duration of the State of Emergency. This regulatory action impacts the entire state of Maryland.
“Consumers should check their prescriptions and take steps today to obtain refills or medical supplies, if needed in advance of Hurricane Florence. Roads may be impacted by hurricane-related issues,” said Commissioner Al Redmer, Jr. “By temporarily lifting insurance restrictions, we are allowing consumers to prepare in advance of the storm.”
The Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) is available to assist individuals impacted by the forecasted storm. The MIA can be reached at 410-468-2000 or 1-800-492-6116.
 
 

  
 

 Maryland Board of Pharmacy Rehabilitation Services

1-833-329-2482


Designed for any pharmacist, pharmacy technician, or intern in need of treatment and/or rehabilitation for 
  • alcoholism
  • drug abuse
  • chemical dependency
  • or other physical, emotional or mental conditions
Services Are Available Today!


   

Evidence That Pilots Are Increasingly Using Over-the-Counter, Prescription, and Illicit Drugs

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Sterile Compound Adverse Event Reporting Form  

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