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On November 15, 2012, the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy issued a reminder letter to all resident and non-resident pharmacy permit holders that explained that "office-use" prescriptions for both manufactured products or compounded preparations are not valid. Current Minnesota statutes require that a valid prescription must contain the name and address of the patient -- prescriber orders without that information are considered legally invalid.  The letter also explained the process by which a pharmacy may sell or distribute medications to a prescriber separate from dispensing a prescription for "office-use".  A copy of the reminder letter can be accessed here





Posted 1/23/2013


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