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Senate Bill 0132

Senate Bill sb0132

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    Florida Senate - 2004                                   SB 132

    By Senator Fasano





    11-125-04

  1                      A bill to be entitled

  2         An act relating to prescriptions for medicinal

  3         drugs; creating s. 456.0392, F.S.; requiring

  4         certain practitioners to include specified

  5         information on prescriptions; providing that

  6         certain prescriptions shall be presumed valid;

  7         providing an effective date.

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  9  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:

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11         Section 1.  Section 456.0392, Florida Statutes, is

12  created to read:

13         456.0392  Prescription labeling.--

14         (1)  A prescription written by a practitioner who is

15  authorized under the laws of this state to write prescriptions

16  for drugs that are not listed as controlled substances in

17  chapter 893 but who is not eligible for a federal drug

18  enforcement administration number shall include that

19  practitioner's name and professional license number. The

20  pharmacist or dispensing practitioner must include the

21  practitioner's name on the container of the drug that is

22  dispensed. A pharmacist shall be permitted, upon verification

23  by the prescriber, to document any information required by

24  this section.

25         (2)  A prescription for a drug that is not listed as a

26  controlled substance in chapter 893 which is written by an

27  advanced registered nurse practitioner certified under s.

28  464.012 is presumed, subject to rebuttal, to be valid and

29  within the parameters of the prescriptive authority delegated

30  by a practitioner licensed under chapter 458, chapter 459, or

31  chapter 466.

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    Florida Senate - 2004                                   SB 132
    11-125-04




 1         (3)  A prescription for a drug that is not listed as a

 2  controlled substance in chapter 893 which is written by a

 3  physician assistant licensed under chapter 458 or chapter 459

 4  is presumed, subject to rebuttal, to be valid and within the

 5  parameters of the prescriptive authority delegated by the

 6  physician assistant's supervising physician.

 7         Section 2.  This act shall take effect July 1, 2004.

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11    Provides that prescriptions written by practitioners not
      eligible for a federal Drug Enforcement Administration
12    number for substances that are not controlled substances
      under chapter 893, Florida Statutes, must include
13    specified information and further provides that
      prescriptions written by specified health care providers
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