2014 Legislative Update – House Bill 323

Posted in Latest News on July 7, 2014.

House Bill 323 became law on July 1, 2014 as Chapter 2014-113, Laws of Florida. This law amends the following Florida Statutes

  • s. 465.014, F.S., related to the number of registered pharmacy technicians a pharmacist can supervise;
  • s. 465.189, F.S. authorizing pharmacists to administer meningococcal and shingles vaccines under certain circumstances;
  • ss. 456.42 and 893.04, F.S., requiring written prescriptions for specified controlled substances to be legibly dated in a specified format.

The bill language may be viewed at: http://laws.flrules.org/2014/113

Stay tuned to the Board of Pharmacy website for future updates on this new law.



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