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House Bill 1468

House Bill 1468

ARCHIVE (2007)

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DIGEST OF HB1468 (Updated April 16, 2007 5:00 pm - DI 84)

Immunizations by pharmacists. Allows a physician to delegate a pharmacist to administer immunizations under a drug order or prescription. Allows a pharmacist to administer an immunization for influenza under a physician protocol for certain individuals under certain circumstances. Requires the state department of health to: (1) consult with health care providers in evaluating the immunization data registry system and determine ways to make the registry easier for health care providers to report to and use; and (2) report to the health finance commission. Requires the Indiana board of pharmacy to: (1) study and make findings on the issue of the application of technology in the dispensing of drugs and to report the board's findings to legislative council and the health finance commission; and (2) adopt rules concerning the qualifications, protocols, and record keeping requirements of pharmacists who administer immunizations. Specifies that a pharmacist may not be required to administer an immunization or complete training if the pharmacist chooses not to administer any immunizations.
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