Event Detail – Joint Committee on Public Health

Status:Completed

Event Date:4/2/2013

Start Time:12:00 PM

Location: Wilmington Public High School

161 Church Street
Wilmington, MA 01887 Get Directions

Event Description

Pharmacy Practice and Compounding

Item Bill Number Bill Title Sponsor
1 H1978 Resolve relative to responsible prescription prescribing Thomas A. Golden, Jr.
2 H2065 An Act relating to the dispensation of pharmaceuticals with an aesthetic purpose by physicians Kathi-Anne Reinstein
3 S1015 An Act relative to prescription drug distribution Barry R. Finegold
4 H1937 An Act relative to requiring that blind and cross-disability agencies receiving state funding from the Massachusetts state fiscal budget work in conjunction with pharmacies and pharmacists across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to set practices to put information contained on prescription medication labels into accessible format for those who are print challenged. This shall also include public schools, state community colleges, state senior colleges, or universities that offer English as a second language, ESL programs. Diana DiZoglio
5 H1955 An Act to establish a model program for pharmacists as public health partners Gloria L. Fox
6 H2001 An Act relative to the availability of prescription medication during an emergency Louis L. Kafka
7 S1040 An Act to authorize the dispensing of compounded prescriptions for office and institutional settings without patient- specific prescriptions Thomas P. Kennedy
8 S1053 An Act Relative to the further regulation of pharmacies Mark C. Montigny
9 H39 An Act relative to pharmacy practice in the Commonwealth Deval L. Patrick
10 H1993 An Act relative to the definition of a pharmacy Louis L. Kafka
11 S1029 An Act relative to prescription drug adverse event reporting. John F. Keenan
12 H2060 An Act recognizing pharmacists as healthcare providers Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr.