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Laws and Rules

E-FORCSE, Florida Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Laws

Scales of Justice Picture

Section 893.055, Florida Statutes - Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Section 893.0551, Florida Statutes - Public Record Exemption

Section 893.03 - Standards and Schedules (of Controlled Substances)

Rules

64K-1, Florida Administrative Code - Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Rulemaking Update

Notice of Development of Rulemaking - June 20, 2019

  • 64K-1.001            Patient Advisory Reports and Alerts
  • 64K-1.003            Accessing Database
  • 64K-1.004            Management and Operation of the Database
  • 64K-1.005            Privacy of Controlled Substance Prescription Dispensing Information
  • 64K-1.007            Indicators of Controlled Substance Abuse 
  • 64K-1.008            Electronic Health Recordkeeping System Integration 

Notice of Rule Hearing - September 23, 2019

  • 64K-1.001            Patient Advisory Reports and Alerts
  • 64K-1.003            Accessing Database
  • 64K-1.004            Management and Operation of the Database
  • 64K-1.005            Privacy of Controlled Substance Prescription Dispensing Information
  • 64K-1.007            Indicators of Controlled Substance Abuse 
  • 64K-1.008            Electronic Health Recordkeeping System Integration

DATE AND TIME: Monday, October 7, 2019, 1:00 p.m.

PLACE: Department of Health, 4042 Bald Cypress Way, Tallahassee, FL 32311

GENERAL SUBJECT MATTER TO BE CONSIDERED: Portions of the proposed rules, including but not limited to the definition of these rules and the effect of the rules on Collective Medical’s ability to operate its business.

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