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10.34.10.00.htm 10.34.10.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 34 BOARD OF PHARMACY Chapter 10 Pharmacist, Pharmacy Intern, and Pharmacy Technician Code of Conduct Authority: Health Occupations Article, §1-212, 12-205, and 12-601, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.34.10.01.htm 10.34.10.01. 01 Patient Safety and Welfare.. A. A pharmacist shall:. 1) Abide by all federal and State laws relating to the practice of pharmacy and the dispensing, distribution, storage, and labeling of drugs and devices, including but not limited to:a) United States Code, Title 21,. b) Health-General Article, Titles 21 and 22, Annotated Code of Maryland,. c) Health Occupations Article, Title 12, Annotated Code of Maryland,. d) Criminal Law Article, Title 5, Annotated Code of Maryland, and.
10.34.10.02.htm 10.34.10.02. 02 Compensation.. A pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or a pharmacist may not fraudulently seek or accept compensation for a pharmacy product or service not provided.
10.34.10.03.htm 10.34.10.03. 03 Patient Privacy.. A. The pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, pharmacist, and pharmacy permit holder shall ensure confidentiality in creating, storing, accessing, transferring, and disposing of a patient record.B. A pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or pharmacist may not disclose identifiable information contained in a patient’s medical record:1) Without the patient's consent;. 2) Without order or direction of a court; or. 3) Unless the disclosure is authorized pursuant to
10.34.10.04.htm 10.34.10.04. 04 Competence.. A pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or a pharmacist shall:. A. Maintain knowledge of the current pharmacy and drug laws and health and sanitation laws relevant to the practice of pharmacy; andB. Provide a pharmaceutical service only within the scope of the pharmacy technician’s, pharmacy intern’s, or pharmacist’s training and education.
10.34.10.05.htm 10.34.10.05. 05 Duty to Report.. A. Except when the conduct in question includes drug or alcohol abuse or dependency, a pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or pharmacist shall report to the Board:1) Conduct which violates a statute or regulation pertaining to the practice of pharmacy;. 2) Conduct by a pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or pharmacist that deceives, defrauds, or harms the public; and3) The unauthorized practice of pharmacy.. B. A pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or phar
10.34.10.06.htm 10.34.10.06. 06 Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct.. A. In the practice of pharmacy, a pharmacy technician, pharmacy intern, or pharmacist may not:. 1) Discriminate based on age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, socioeconomic status, or other basis as proscribed by law; or2) Sexually harass a patient, coworker, employee, or supervisee, which includes but is not limited to an unwanted, deliberate, or repeated comment, ge
10.34.10.07.htm 10.34.10.07. 07 Disposition and Return of a Prescription Drug or Device.. A. A pharmacist may accept the return of a properly labeled and properly sealed manufacturer’s package or individual unit dose of a drug or device that the pharmacist determines to have been handled in a manner which preserves the strength, quality, purity, and identity of the drug or device during an interim period between the sale of the drug or device and its return to the pharmacy.B. A pharmacist may not:.
10.34.10.08.htm 10.34.10.08. 08 Refusing to Dispense a Controlled Substance.. A. If, based on generally accepted professional standards for the practice of pharmacy, a pharmacist has reason to believe, or should have reason to believe, that a prescription for a controlled dangerous substance was not issued for a legitimate medical purpose in the usual course of the prescriber's practice, the pharmacist may not dispense the controlled dangerous substance until the pharmacist1) Consults with the prescriber; and.
10.34.10.09.htm 10.34.10.09. 09 Sanctions.. A. The Board may take action to reprimand a licensee, place the licensee on probation, or suspend or revoke the licensee's license if the licensee commits a violation of this chapter.B. The Board may take action to reprimand a registrant, place the registrant on probation, or suspend or revoke the registrant's registration if the registrant commits a violation of this chapter.C. The Board may impose a monetary penalty as authorized under Health Occup
10.34.10.10.htm 10.34.10.10. 10 Whole or Substantial Ownership of a Pharmacy by an Authorized Prescriber.. A. In this regulation,owned wholly or substantially” means ownership of 10 percent or more of a pharmacy.B. A pharmacist may not associate as a partner, coowner, or employee of a pharmacy that is owned wholly or substantially by an authorized prescriber or group of authorized prescribers.
10.34.10.9999.htm 10.34.10.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 3, 1981 (8:15 Md. R. 1307). Regulation .01 amended effective February 19, 1990 (17:3 Md. R. 299) ―. Chapter, Standards of Pharmacy Practice, repealed and new chapter, Pharmacist Code of Conduct, adopted effective July 12, 1999 (26:14 Md. R. 1082)Regulation .01 amended effective November 12, 2001 (28:22 Md. R. 1937). Regulation .02 amended effective January 28, 2008 (35:2 Md. R. 127) July 1, 2015 (42:7 Md. R. 569).
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