HB 10

  • Illinois House Bill
  • 101st Regular Session
  • Introduced in House
  • House
  • Senate
  • Governor

Pharmacy-Prescription Limits

Abstract

Amends the Pharmacy Practice Act. Requires that at least one registered pharmacy technician be on duty whenever the practice of pharmacy is conducted. Requires that pharmacies fill no more than 10 prescriptions per hour. Requires 10 pharmacy technician hours per 100 prescriptions filled. Prohibits pharmacies from requiring pharmacists to participate in advertising or soliciting activities that may jeopardize patient health, safety, or welfare and any activities or external factors that interfere with the pharmacist's ability to provide appropriate professional services. Provides that a pharmacist shall receive specified break periods. Provides that a pharmacy may not require a pharmacist to work during a break period, shall make available a break room meeting specified requirements, shall keep a complete and accurate record of the break periods and may not require a pharmacist to work more than 8 hours a workday. Provides for enforcement and penalties. Provides whistleblower protections for an employee of a pharmacy if the pharmacy retaliates against the employee for certain actions. Requires pharmacies to maintain a record of any errors in the receiving, filling, or dispensing of prescriptions.

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Mar 29, 2019

House

Rule 19(a) / Re-referred to Rules Committee

Mar 13, 2019

House

Added Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. Anne Stava-Murray

Feb 07, 2019

House

Added Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. LaToya Greenwood

Jan 29, 2019

House

Assigned to Health Care Licenses Committee

Jan 09, 2019

House

Referred to Rules Committee

House

First Reading

Nov 30, 2018

House

Prefiled with Clerk by Rep. Mary E. Flowers

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