The max day supply for Schedule II-III prescriptions is how many days?
99-01→99-02: PRESCRIBING LIMITS FOR SCHEDULES II AND III
Minimal Brain Dysfunction: means Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Dextroamphetamine Sulfate: Any drug which contains dextro and amphetamine and their salts.
In Massachusetts all Schedule II-III prescriptions cannot be filled for more than a 30-day supply. The only exception is for dextroamphetamine sulfate and methylphenidate hydrochloride which may be filled for a 60-day supply if the indication is for minimal brain dysfunction or narcolepsy.
A pharmacist who is deficient by <0.5 CEUs must do what?
C. Appeal to the Board asking to be reinstated
D. Complete 0.3 additional CEUs for each deficient contact hour
E. Complete 0.5 additional CEUs for each deficient contact hour
D. "Complete 0.3 additional CEUs for each deficient contact hour"
98-002: CONTINUING EDUCATION COMPLIANCE
The Board regularly conducts random audits on pharmacists to see if they are in compliance with the required continuing education regulations. The Board requires that pharmacists renew their licenses every two years via continuing education programs. Failure to stay in compliance with continuing education requirements will lead to audit deficiencies.
Repercussions of 1st deficient audit*:
If a pharmacist is found to be deficient in CEUs in a subsequent audit or fails to complete required CEUs after first audit deficiency, then the Board will take disciplinary action and either suspend the license for a minimum of two weeks or take other disciplinary actions.
*The Board will also audit the pharmacist for the next three renewal cycles.
Computerized compendia need to be updated how frequently?
98-003: COMPUTERIZED COMPENDIA
The Board allows pharmacists to use computerized versions of compendia to fulfill the ...