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A NEWSLETTER COVERING PHARMACY PRACTICE LAWS IN NEW YORK STATE

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Pharmacy Law Update 2005

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Important Notice to Pharmacists

Expansion of Official New York State Prescription Program

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CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE CHART:

A summary of Controlled Subtance Schedules and Prescribing/Dispensing Information

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New Series of Official New York State Prescriptions

The Bureau of Controlled Substances will soon begin issuing new series of practitioner and institutional official New York State prescription forms. The new series of official prescriptions to be issued to practitioners will have serial numbers beginning with the letter 'K'. The new series of official prescriptions to be issued to institutions will have serial numbers beginning with the letter 'T'. Only series 'I', 'J', and 'K' practitioner single-part official New York State prescriptions and series 'V' and 'T', institutional single-part official New York State prescriptions are now valid for prescribing and dispensing.


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Pharmacy Law, a bimonthly newsletter from the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, covers pharmacy practice laws in New York State. Pharmacy Law was created in 1993 by the late Robert M. Cooper, Pharm.D., a long-time faculty member at the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and a member of the New York State Board of Pharmacy. It was his dream to bring current, concise, accurate information to practicing pharmacists.


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  • Mailbag - to help answer readers' questions
  • Pharmacy Review - devoted to a review of legal requirements affecting pharmacy practice
  • Board of Pharmacy actions report
  • Quick Reference Tables

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Pharmacy Law Newsletter
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act: Implications for Practicing Pharmacists

This double issue of Pharmacy Law will be arriving in the mail to subscribers within the next few weeks. This is an eight-page document covering practical aspects of HIPAA with a full-section on Mailbag. Others who wish to order this issue may contact the Pharmacy Law Office at:

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Karl Fiebelkorn, M.B.A., R.Ph. - Director/Editor
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