Ohio State Board of Pharmacy Prescription Requirements
(12) Identify the trade name or generic name of the drug(s) in a compound prescription. (a) prescriptions for dangerous medicinal products without controlled substances marked `PRN`, `Ad lib` or a similar prescription renewal enabling the pharmacist to renew the prescription requested by the patient may be renewed only on the basis of the number of doses prescribed and in accordance with the instructions for use; and in no case may this order be renewed for more than one year after the date of issue. The prescription should not be renewed outside of the dosing schedule specified in the instructions for use, unless expressly authorized by the prescribing physician. (16) For an executive pharmacist acting as a representative of a physician under section 4729.39 of the revised Code and chapter 4729:1-6 of the Administrative Code, the prescription shall contain the full name of the pharmacist manager. (13) Not be coded in such a way that it cannot be dispensed by any pharmacy of his choice. (ii) For dentists licensed in accordance with Chapter 4715. of the revised Code, the Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature (CDT Code), as published by the American Dental Association, dental treatment that requires the prescription of the controlled substance. (1) The prescribing physician who issued the prescription would normally be authorized to issue prescriptions under the law of Ohio and the state in which the prescription was issued; (J) A pharmacist may issue a prescription from a physician practicing outside Ohio if all of the following conditions are met: (b) Prescriptions for hazardous drugs containing controlled substances bearing “PRN”, “Ad lib” or any other similar designation other than prescription refills are not considered a valid renewal authorization. 2. In the case of an electronic or oral prescription, the prescribing physician indicates that the quantity or quantity of the drug to be dispensed must not differ from the quantity or quantity indicated in the prescription. (I) A patient or his or her caregiver has the exclusive right of choice for each pharmacy to dispense prescriptions. (2) The prescription complies with all the requirements of this rule, including if the prescription is for a legitimate medical purpose in accordance with paragraph (A) of this rule.
(C) The failure of a prescription to satisfy the requirements set out in paragraphs (B)(14)(b) and (B)(15) of this Rule or the failure of the pharmacist to obtain the information referred to in paragraphs (B)(14)(b) and (B)(15) of this Rule shall not result in the invalidity of the prescription if it is made in good faith. (4) In the case of a prescription for controlled substances, the prescribing physician shall have a valid registration number issued by the Drug Enforcement Administration of the State in which the prescription originated. (B) All ambulatory prescriptions issued by a prescribing physician must: (A) To be valid, a prescription must be issued for a legitimate medical purpose by a single prescribing physician acting in the ordinary course of the prescribing physician`s professional practice. The responsibility for proper prescribing rests with the prescribing physician, but a corresponding responsibility rests with the dispensing pharmacist. An order purporting to be an order that was not issued in the normal course of a patient`s bona fide treatment is not a prescription, and the person knowingly issuing such an alleged order, as well as the person dispensing it, are subject to the penalties of the law. (E) Where forms are used to make multiple copies of a prescription issued to a patient by a prescribing physician, the original prescription containing the actual signature of the prescribing physician shall be given to the patient for dispensing by a pharmacist. (15) With the exception of veterinarians approved in accordance with Chapter 4741. of the revised Code for all controlled substances and products containing gabapentin: indicate prescription days. (8) Indicate how often or for how long the prescription may be renewed. If such authorization is not granted, the order may be renewed only in accordance with section 4729.281 of the Revised Code.
2. Contain the full name, professional title and address of the prescribing physician, handprinted, typed or pre-printed. The prescribing physician`s address must include the address of the prescribing physician`s place of practice. (9) Do not authorise refills for List II controlled substances. (F) In accordance with section 4729.38 of the revised Code, a pharmacist shall not select an equivalent generic drug or an interchangeable biologic product if (i) The ICD-10-CM medical diagnostic code for the primary disease or condition that the controlled substance is used to treat. The code must contain at least the first four alphanumeric characters of the ICD-10-CM code for medical diagnoses, sometimes referred to as category and etiology (e.g., M 16.5). (7) Provide appropriate and clear instructions for use. (a) Provide the prescribing physician`s Drug Enforcement Administration registration number in accordance with 21 CFR 1306.05 (31.03.2010). (10) Authorizing renewals for controlled substances in Schedules III and IV only in accordance with section 3719.05 of the revised Code.
(17) Published in accordance with all applicable federal and Ohio laws, rules and regulations. (G) In accordance with section 4729.40 of the Revised Code, a pharmacist shall not dispense a quantity or quantity of the medication that differs from the quantity or quantity of the medication that would otherwise be dispensed, unless all the conditions are met in accordance with this Division and one of the following conditions applies: (4) Provide the patient`s full name and residential address; or, if the patient is an animal, the owner`s last name, the name of the animal (if applicable) and the animal species of the animal(s). The patient`s or homeowner`s home address must include a civic address. (3) Provide a telephone number where the prescribing physician can be reached during normal business hours. (11) Do not allow renewals for more than one year from the date of issue for controlled substances in List V and for dangerous drugs other than controlled substances. (b) With the exception of veterinarians approved in accordance with Chapter 4741. of the revised code specifies:.