Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 338
Pharmacists and Pharmacies

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Rsmo Number Section Description
Chapter Cross Reference
Controlled substances, waiver of registration and record-keeping requirements during emergencies, 195.041
Cooperation with other health care professionals, discrimination prohibited, 191.228
Costs, estimate of, provided upon written request, 191.875
Drug regulations, Chap. 195
Health care assistance payments fraud and abuse, 191.900 to 191.914
Military service, exemption from certification requirements, 41.950
Missouri Rx program, 208.780 to 208.798
Refusal to grant license, hearing by administrative hearing commission, procedure, 621.120
Repressed memory therapy, recovered memory therapy, reparenting therapy or multiple personality disorder treatment, qualifications to practice, 632.560
Temporary license issued for out-of-state health care professionals, military, trauma training or disaster response, when, 190.500
   
PHARMACISTS
338.010. Practice of pharmacy defined--auxiliary personnel--written protocol required, when--nonprescription drugs--rulemaking authority--therapeutic plan requirements--veterinarian defined--additional requirements--report.
338.013. Pharmacy technician to register with board of pharmacy, fees, application, renewal--refusal to issue, when--employee disqualification list maintained, use.
338.015. Patient's freedom of choice to obtain prescription services, waiver--consultation and advice.
338.020. Application for license--requirements--examination--oath--penalty--military service, effect of.
338.030. Applicant--requirements for qualification.
338.035. Application, contents--intern pharmacist--board shall promulgate rules, procedure.
338.040. License issued without examination, when--reciprocity--equivalency examination--fees.
338.043. Temporary license--eligibility--renewal.
338.050. Pharmacist license, issued when, period covered.
338.055. Denial, revocation or suspension of license, grounds for--expedited procedure--additional discipline authorized, when.
338.056. Generic substitutions may be made, when, form required for prescription blanks, exception--penalty.
338.059. Prescriptions, how labeled.
338.060. Renewal of license or permit--late renewal or failure to renew, effect--continuing education requirements--inactive license issued when--changed to active, procedure.
338.065. Disciplinary hearings--grounds for discipline.
338.067. Revocation and restoration of license--conditions.
338.070. Fees, amount, how set, collection, disposition--fund, created, use, funds transferred to general revenue, when.
338.075. Adverse actions against licensee, notification to board of pharmacy, when--rulemaking authority.
338.080. Display of license or renewal required.
338.085. Interchangeable biological products, pharmacist may dispense as substitute, when--recordkeeping--rulemaking authority.
338.090. Sale of poisons--regulations.
338.095. Prescription, drug order, defined--telephone prescription, defined--prescription and medical information may be provided, when.
338.100. Records required to be kept--requirements.
338.110. Board of pharmacy, members, qualifications, terms.
338.120. Board of pharmacy--organization.
338.130. Compensation of board members, personnel.
338.132. Board of pharmacy, salary schedule for employees to be established.
338.140. Board of pharmacy, powers, duties--advisory committee, appointment, duties--letters of reprimand, censure or warning.
338.145. Board president may administer oaths and issue subpoenas--enforcement of subpoenas.
338.150. Inspections by authorized representatives of board, where--testing program authorized--rulemaking authority.
338.155. Immunity from civil liability, when.
338.165. Class B pharmacies subject to department inspection, when--definitions--rulemaking authority--certificate of medication therapeutic plan authority required, when--dispensing of medications, requirements--advisory committee.
338.170. Title of pharmacist--used by whom.
338.180. Prosecution of offenders.
338.185. Board has access to certain court records.
338.190. Violation of law by licensee--penalty.
338.195. Violation of law by person not licensed--penalty.
338.196. Prescription by practitioner licensed in another state, may be filled, requirement.
338.198. Pharmacist may fill prescription forwarded by authorized agent.
338.200. Pharmacist may dispense emergency prescription, when, requirements--rulemaking authority.
338.202. Maintenance medications, pharmacist may exercise professional judgment on quantity dispensed, when.
338.205. Opioid antagonist, storage and dispensing of without a license, when.
   
REGULATION OF PHARMACIES
338.210. Pharmacy defined--practice of pharmacy to be conducted at pharmacy location--rulemaking authority.
338.220. Operation of pharmacy without permit or license unlawful--application for permit, classifications, fee--duration of permit.
338.230. Disposition of fees.
338.240. Evidence required for issuance of permit--veterinary permit pharmacy, designation of supervising registered pharmacist, when.
338.250. Equipment required--manner of operation of pharmacy--compliance with state and federal laws required.
338.255. Specific prescription or nonprescription drugs or devices, no requirement to carry.
338.260. Business name not to include certain words unless supervised by pharmacist--historical names permitted--board of pharmacy may enforce.
338.270. Renewal applications to be made, when.
338.280. Board of pharmacy, rules and regulations.
338.285. Board may file complaint, when, where filed.
338.290. Appeals from decision of board, notice of right.
338.300. Permit to be posted--not transferable.
338.310. Violation, a misdemeanor.
338.314. Inspection of pharmacy within certain facilities authorized--applicability of law.
338.315. Receipt of drugs from unlicensed distributor or pharmacy, unlawful--penalty--pharmacy-to-pharmacy transfers, limit--legend drugs, inventories and records--rulemaking authority.
   
ELECTRONIC PRIOR AUTHORIZATION COMMITTEE
338.320. Committee established, purpose, members, duties--sunset provision.
   
REGULATION OF WHOLESALE DRUG DISTRIBUTORS
338.330. Definitions.
338.333. License required, temporary licenses may be granted--out-of-state distributors, reciprocity allowed, when.
338.335. Separate licenses required, when--exemptions.
338.337. Out-of-state distributors, licenses required, exception.
338.340. Sale of drugs, out-of-state distributor, license required.
338.343. Records to be maintained and be available for board inspection.
338.347. Renewal of license, application.
338.350. Board of pharmacy to promulgate rules and regulations--procedure.
338.353. Discipline of licensee, grounds--procedure--administrative hearing commission to conduct hearing.
338.357. Sanction imposed by board, when.
338.360. Inspection of premises allowed, when.
338.365. Injunction may be issued, when, procedure.
338.370. Penalties.
   
WELL-BEING COMMITTEE
338.380. Refusal to issue a certificate, when--impaired license committee authorized, duties, procedures.
   
BLOOD CLOTTING THERAPIES
338.400. Standard of care, definitions, rules.
   
PHARMACY TAX
338.500. Gross retail prescriptions, tax imposed, definitions.
338.505. Formula for tax liability, rulemaking authority, appeals procedure.
338.510. Records to be maintained, form--report of gross receipts, information--confidentiality of information.
338.515. Effective date of tax.
338.520. Calculation of tax liability--notification to pharmacies--quarterly adjustment authorized.
338.530. Offset against Medicaid payments due by pharmacy permitted, when.
338.535. Remittance to department--pharmacy reimbursement allowance fund created.
338.540. Notice requirements--unpaid or delinquent taxes, procedure for collection--failure to pay taxes, effect of.
338.550. Expiration date of tax, when.
   
PHARMACY AUDITS
338.600. Criteria for audit--appeals process to be established--report to be provided--applicability exceptions.
   
PHARMACY REBATES FUND
338.650. Fund established, use of moneys.

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