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This bill allows pharmacists to continue to dispense self-administered oral hormone contraceptives to a patient who is 18 years old or without requiring the patient to renew their prescription each year.
* The Board of Pharmacy and the Board of Registration for the Healing Arts must create rules that will require a pharmacist to complete training on dispensing oral contraceptives, to provide a self-screening risk assessment to a patient, to refer the patient to a healthcare practitioner, to provide the patient with a written record of the prescription, and to dispense the oral hormonal contraceptive as soon as practicable.
Legislation: HB 1410
Fiscal Impact: No anticipated fiscal impact
Progress in prior session: Referred to Children and Families Committee
States with Similar Legislation: CA, CO, DC, HI, ID, MD, MN, NH, NM, OR, UT, VA, WV