Repeal of sections 73-21-71 to 73-21-129.
State Board of Pharmacy; number, qualifications, appointment and terms of members; appointments made from names submitted by pharmacist association; filling of vacancies; removal of members.
Organization of board; oath; meetings; compensation and expenses of members.
Executive director; additional employees; legal counsel.
General powers and duties of board; enforcement of chapter; rules and regulations.
Board to regulate practice of pharmacy; licensing of pharmacists; fees; persons holding license on July 1, 1991.
Requirements for pharmacist’s license by examination or score transfer; licensing of foreign pharmacy graduates; criminal background checks.
Requirements for pharmacist’s license by reciprocity or license transfer.
Requirements for pharmacist’s license for graduates of University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy; termination of provisions.
Renewal of licenses; reinstatement upon failure to renew.
Examination; frequency and location; scope; facilities.
Abolition of assistant pharmacist’s license; issuance of pharmacists’ licenses to persons holding such licenses.
Denial of renewal, suspension, revocation or restrictions on licenses, registrations or permits; grounds; warning or reprimand.
Hearings on violations; notice; procedure.
Appeal from adverse action on a license, registration or permit; scope of review.
Penalties for violations; requirement of rehabilitation or additional education; reinstatement of licenses or permits; enforcement proceedings.
Registration of businesses where prescription drugs or devices are dispensed, sold, repackaged, manufactured, etc.; registration of reverse distributors; establishment of criteria; procedures and fees; applications; standards for operation;...
Registration requirement for nonresident pharmacies that ship, mail, or deliver drugs into state.
Inspection of permittee’s facility and records; scope.
Permit requirements for persons providing home medical equipment.
Unlawful use of certain business names.
Personnel regulations; registration of pharmacy technicians; annual registration fee; criminal background checks.
Payment and deposit into state treasury of funds received by state board of pharmacy; expenditure.
Prescription forms; execution; dispensing options; one-time emergency dispensing authority.
Substitution of generic equivalent drug.
Labeling of drug products sold at retail.
Immunity from civil or criminal liability of dispensing pharmacists and prescribers; immunity from civil liability of persons providing information to board or pharmacist organization;...
Sales of certain drugs not regulated.
Community pharmacies and pharmacists and volunteers working therein immune from civil liability for actions arising out of provision of charitable or gratuitous pharmaceutical products.
Rules and regulations for issuance and renewal of licenses and permits for in and out of state wholesale distributors, chain pharmacy warehouses and re-packagers.
Board of Pharmacy to develop and implement computerized program to track certain prescriptions; report of suspected abuse and misuse of controlled substances; access to collected data; confidentiality;...
Certain drug manufacturers required to make provision for return of outdated drugs from pharmacies; investigation and discipline of noncompliant manufacturers; exemption; definitions.
Pharmacy Benefit Prompt Pay Act. Short title.
Pharmacy Benefit Prompt Pay Act. Definitions.
Most current nationally recognized reference price to be used in calculation of reimbursement for prescription drugs and other products and supplies; updating of reference price;...
License required to do business as pharmacy benefit manager; pharmacy benefit managers to file certain financial statements with State Board of Pharmacy; time period for filing statements.
Financial examination of pharmacy benefit manager.
Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act. Short title.
Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act. Purpose.
Pharmacy Audit Integrity Act. Definitions.
Audit procedures; written report; report requirements.
Appeals; dismissal of audit report; mediation of unresolved issues.
Use of extrapolation in calculating recoupments or penalties prohibited.
Limitation of applicability of Sections 73-21-175 through 73-21-189.
Penalty for noncompliance with Sections 73-21-175 through 73-21-189.
Prescription Drugs Consumer Affordable Alternative Payment Options Act. Short title.
Prescription Drugs Consumer Affordable Alternative Payment Options Act. Definitions.
Pharmacists authorized to provide additional information to patients to allow them to consider affordable alternative payment options when acquiring prescription medication;...