64B15-12.0031. Registration as a Dispensing Physician; Delegation of Dispensing to Prescribing Physician Assistant  


Effective on Monday, December 6, 2010
  • 1A physician may dispense drugs to his or her patient in the regular course of his or her practice provided that the physician is registered as a dispensing physician with the Board of Osteopathic Medicine.  In order to register as a dispensing physician, the physician must:

    47(1) Submit application to the Board on form DH-MQA 1242, entitled “Osteopathic Physician Dispensing Registration,” (8/10), which is hereby incorporated by reference and available from the Board of Osteopathic Medicine’s website at 80http://www.doh.state81. fl.us/mqa/osteopath/index.html83.

    84(2) Comply with the provisions of Section 91465.0276, F.S., 93regarding dispensing physicians; and

    97(3) Pay the registration fee as set forth in Rule 10764B15-10.005, 108F.A.C.

    109(4) Pursuant to Section 113459.022(4)(e), F.S., 115a dispensing physician who supervises a Florida-licensed prescribing physician assistant has the authority to delegate to the prescribing physician assistant the dispensing of any medication used in the supervising physician’s practice unless such medication is listed in the formulary set forth in Rule 15864B15-6.0038, 159F.A.C. The delegation of dispensing to the prescribing physician assistant must be documented with the Board of Osteopathic Medicine by completing form DH-MQA 1240, entitled “Dispensing Physician Assistant,” (8/10), which is hereby incorporated by reference and available from the Board of Osteopathic Medicine’s website at 205http://www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa/medical/me206_207applicant.html208. No fee is required for the delegation of dispensing to physician assistants.

    221Rulemaking Authority 223459.005, 224465.0276 FS. 226Law Implemented 228465.0276, 229459.022(4)(e) FS. 231History–New 12-6-10.

     

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