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News September 2010 Kentucky Board of Pharmacy Published to promote compliance of pharmacy and drug law State Office Building Annex, Suite 300 • 125 Holmes Street • Frankfort, KY 40601 Board of Pharmacy Office Has Moved Board Meeting and Retreat 2010 The Kentucky Board of Pharmacy moved into its new office on March 22, 2010.. Until that time, pharmacists are instructed to adhere to state regulations or policy regarding those changes that Continued on page 4 Page 1 NABP Celebrating 30 Years of Pharmacy News 30 1980-2010 FDA Updates ‘Medicines in My Home’ Patient Education Resources Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has updated the Medicines in My Home (MIMH) section of the agency’s Web site with new resources and materials for patients.. California PMP Data Shows Frequency of Doctor Shopping Early data collected from California’s prescription monitoring program (PMP), the Controlled Substances Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES), correlates the frequency of patient “doctor shopping,” or obtaining multiple prescriptions from various providers, with the number of prescriptions patients receive for additional controlled substances, as reported in Medical News Today.. After consulting with the prescribing practitioner, a pharmacist may add or modify the following items: ♦♦ Date of issue – may be added, but not changed ♦♦ Drug strength ♦♦ Quantity – may be modified only in conjunction with a change of strength, and the total quantity dispensed must not exceed the total dosage authorized ♦♦ Quantity check-off box marked ♦♦ Directions for use ♦♦ Refill instructions (Schedules III-V) ♦♦ Practitioner’s name – printed (not a signature) All consultations must be documented.. The following items may be added or modified without consulting the practitioner if the information can be obtained from other reliable sources: ♦♦ Patient’s address ♦♦ Dosage form ♦♦ Practitioner’s address – printed ♦♦ Practitioner’s telephone number ♦♦ Practitioner’s DEA number A pharmacis

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