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Senate Bill 501 2017 Health Care Legislation by Bert McClary

25 Jul 2017 1:11 PM | Deleted user

SB 501 was signed by the Governor on July 14 and will become effective on August 28 or other specific dates. Provisions include a statewide protocol for distributing an opioid antagonist; a procedure for prescribing, distributing and administering epinephrine injectors outside of usual prescription requirements; compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation as the qualifying basis for a hospital license; clarifying a protocol relationship for pharmacists administering vaccines; allowing BOP to expend funds for a drug take-back program for CII and CIII controlled substances; and changes to physician assistant language related to dispensing drugs.

Click here to read the Senate Bill 501.

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