Wisconsin Pharmacy Law – New Provisions for Pharmacists
In Wisconsin, pharmacists are allowed to provide certain services under the scope of their practice. Under this new law, pharmacists can provide some health care functions through collaborative practice agreements with physicians. Previously, pharmacists could only be reimbursed for products, not their time. The new law makes pharmacists eligible to be returned for their time if they perform these services. If you are a pharmacist in Wisconsin, you should take this course as a refresher.
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Moreover, under the new Wisconsin Pharmacy Law, pharmacists must be at least 18 years old and have two years of experience working in a drug store. However, this subsection doesn’t apply to pharmacists selling their business.