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07-12-054

Possible Impairment

No violations

08-01-066

Theft of Medication

No action; note in database

08-01-084

Over Billing

No violations

08-02-092

Medication Error

No violation; visit by compliance officer

08-02-093

Knowingly filling forgeries

No violation

08-02-096

Medication Error

No violation; visit by compliance officer

08-02-097

Falsifying pseudoephedrine log

No violation; not licensed by ALBOP;

08-03-104

Theft of cash

Consent Order

08-04-142

Doctor Shopping

No violations- not under ALBOP

08-04-143 08-04-144

refer to law enforcement-loss prevention

Physician writing own Rx Medication Error

jurisdiction- refer to law enforcement No violations- refer to Medical Board No violations; complaint withdrawn

At 5:55 P.M. Mr. Steve Moore, administrator of the Board’s program for

impaired pharmacists and technicians presented a written report to

Board

members.

Several

questions

program were asked by Board members

regarding the operation of and answered by Mr. Moore.

the the MS

TAMMY ROGERS inquired sexual addiction problems. was trained in that area.

as to whether the program was appropriate Mr. Moore answered “yes” and noted that

for he

At 6:05 P.M. PRESIDENT ROLAND NELSON called for a

Minutes

from

the

April

2008

meeting.

On

a

motion

by

review of the MR DONNIE

CALHOUN and by the following

second by DR ROB NELSON the Minutes were approved vote: Ms. Rogers- aye; Mr. Calhoun- aye; Mr. Mikell- aye;

Mr. Nelson; aye; Dr. Nelson- aye.

Mr. Bobo then gave the Secretary’s Report

. First, he noted that a draft

had been created from suggestions for a Retail Remote Pharmacy Services rule. Mr. Bobo asked the Board to review and comment for the June meeting; then he passed out copies of an update to the Personnel Policies for the Board and asked that it be reviewed for the next meeting; finally Mr. Bobo addressed the petition by the Alabama Pharmacy Association to change the method of re-registering technicians whose registrations have lapsed. This was carried over from the April meeting when Mr. Bobo was instructed to survey the other Boards in District III to find out how they handle this. After he listed the states and their policies, a general discussion followed with participation from the audience. Some states still do not register technicians. Mississippi requires technicians

that leave the profession to surrender their registration in good standing

a requirement to consider changes

obtain

another

in the future.

prior to

the next

renewal period

The Board agreed for technicians.

as to

PRESIDENT ROLAND NELSON then began to address Old Business at 6:24 P.M. Charles Thomas of the Alabama Department of Public Health was called on to present two requests. The first dealt with security and accountability of medications under the control of ADPH nurses in county

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