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State Senator and compounding pharmacist Rob Standridge pre-filed SB 522 bill in the Oklahoma Senate. As written, non-resident pharmacies would be required to complete an affidavit stating their compliance with USP standards and FDA Good Manufacturing Practices.  Additionally, non-resident pharmacies would need to submit current inspection reports from their home state Board of Pharmacy and pay an additional fee for renewal.

Senate Bill 250
from Oklahoma Senator Bingman addresses workers compensation program reimbursement. Compounded medications would be paid by the state's WC at the rate of ingredient costs plus a $5.00 dispensing fee. This is a companion bill to pre-filed legislation in the Oklahoma House -- HB 1546.

(Posted 1/25/13)



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