Pharmacist Collaborative Practice and Test and Treat Certification Final Rules

Posted in Latest News on October 28, 2020.

Effective October 28, 2020, rules were adopted to implement Sections 465.1865 and 465.1895, F.S. which allows pharmacists to obtain a Collaborative Practice Certification or a Test and Treat Certification to manage certain chronic conditions or to treat certain non-chronic health conditions.

Requirements to be eligible to provide services under a collaborative practice agreement with a physician can be found here.

Requirements to be eligible to provide services under a written protocol with a physician can be found here.

The complete rule text can be found here.



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