This part governs the mechanism by which a practitioner's prescription drug order is executed, from the time the drug is ordered and received in the pharmacy to the time the prescribed drug is dispensed to the patient.
The pharmacist, or pharmacist-intern acting under the immediate supervision of a pharmacist, must receive a prescription drug order from a practitioner before dispensing any compounded, sterile parenteral product. Prescriptions must be filed as required by law or rules of the board.
Each compounded intravenous admixture product must be labeled in accordance with part 6800.3450.
The pharmacist-in-charge shall ensure the environmental control of all products shipped as follows:
compounded, sterile pharmaceuticals must be shipped or delivered as required in part 6800.3000 and stored appropriately in the patient's home; and
chain of possession for the delivery of Schedule II controlled substances via courier must be documented, and a receipt obtained.
MS s 151.06
18 SR 1145; 36 SR 237
September 21, 2011
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes