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10.13.12.00.htm 10.13.12.00. Title 10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Subtitle 13 DRUGS Chapter 12 Impoundment and Disposal of Drugs and Prescription Records Authority: Health-General Article, §21-1113, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.13.12.01.htm 10.13.12.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Authorized prescriber" means:. a) A licensed dentist, licensed physician, licensed podiatrist, licensed veterinarian, or to the extent permitted under Health Occupations Article, §8-601, Annotated Code of Maryland, certified nurse midwife;b) A certified nurse practitioner to the extent permitted under Health Occupations Article, §8-508, Annotated Code of Maryland; or
10.13.12.02.htm 10.13.12.02. 02 Requirements for an Impoundment Order.. A. The Department may issue an impoundment order if:. 1) A permit holder's permit or authorized prescriber's license has expired or has been revoked or suspended;2) An application for a permit or license has been denied;. 3) A board has:. a) Determined that the permit holder or authorized prescriber failed to comply with a board order, letter of surrender, or law regarding the disposition of drugs or prescription records; and
10.13.12.03.htm 10.13.12.03. 03 Disposition of Impounded Drugs or Prescription Records.. A. If the Department executes an impoundment order against a permit holder or authorized prescriber, the Department shall:1) Arrange for the drugs or prescription records to be kept in a secure location;. 2) Ensure that any location which stores impounded drugs provides the necessary temperature controls and equipment to properly maintain the drugs; and3) Provide the permit holder or authorized prescri
10.13.12.9999.htm 10.13.12.9999. Administrative History Effective date: June 24, 2002 (29:12 Md. R. 927).
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