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Required Signs, Posters, Handouts


CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

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Import Facts About Controlled Substance Prescription Medications

ESAP

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APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION IN EXPANDED SYRINGE ACCESS PROGRAM (ESAP)

IMMUNIZATION

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Vaccine Information Statements (VISs)

LABOR

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Minumum Wage Poster - New York

MEDICARE

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Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage and Your Rights - English

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Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage and Your Rights - Spanish
(La cobertura de Medicare de las recetas médicas y sus derechos)

PRICE POSTERS

Every pharmacy shall compile a drug retail price list, which shall contain the names of the drugs on the list provided by the board and the pharmacy`s corresponding retail prices for each drug. Every pharmacy shall update its drug retail list at least weekly. Every pharmacy shall provide the drug retail price list to any person upon request.


Education Law, Article 137, Pharmacy, Section 6826

§6811. Misdemeanors.

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It shall be a class A misdemeanor for:

22. Any pharmacy to fail to properly post the list required by section sixty-eight hundred twenty-six of this article;


23. Any pharmacy to change its current selling price without changing the listed price as provided by section sixty-eight hundred twenty-six of this article;

PRICE LIST SIGNS

Pharmacies shall have a sign notifying people of the availability of the drug retail price list and the availability of the department of health prescription drug retail price list database and the web address of that database, conspicuously posted at or adjacent to the place in the pharmacy where prescriptions are presented for compounding and dispensing, in the waiting area for customers, or in the area where prescribed drugs are delivered.

Regulations of the Commissioner


Part 63, Pharmacy

§63.6 Registration and operation of New York establishments.

b. Pharmacies

9. Drug retail price lists.

Every registered pharmacy that sells prescription medications at retail shall meet the requirements of section 6826 of the Education Law. In accordance with subdivision (4) of section 6826 of the Education Law, such registered pharmacies shall have a sign notifying people of the availability of the drug retail price list, conspicuously posted at or adjacent to the place in the pharmacy where prescriptions are presented for compounding and dispensing, in the waiting area for customers, or in the area where prescribed drugs are delivered. The sign shall state in bold, block letters of at least one inch in height: "Drug Retail Price List Available Upon Request". Such registered pharmacies that offer to dispense prescription drugs to consumers through a website on the Internet shall post on such website a notice of the availability of the drug retail price list. Such registered pharmacies that offer to dispense prescription drugs to consumers through mail order shall include a printed notice with each delivery of a prescription drug informing the consumer of the availability of the drug retail price list and a toll-free telephone number to obtain the list.

PROPER DRUG DISPOSAL

Every registered pharmacy is required to post the Don’t Flush Notice under New York's Drug Management and Disposal Act effective March 24, 2009.

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Guidance on Posting Notice
Pursuant to the Drug Management and Disposal Act

How should it be displayed?

The notice should be printed in color, be no smaller than 8.5" x 11" and be conspicuously displayed. Stores are encouraged to frame, laminate or otherwise ensure that the notice is durable. In addition to the required posting, the notice can be reproduced in black and white and/or in a smaller size for hand out to consumers. The notice can also be reproduced in a smaller size for shelf displays or on shopping bags or medicine bags.


Where should it be posted?

The notice should be legible to a consumer at the pick-up counter. Options include posting on a wall visible from the counter, or on the counter itself. If a pharmacy is within a store, but the pharmacy closes for some portion of the store hours, the notice should be visible in the pharmacy department during hours when the pharmacy is closed. In a retail setting, the notice should be posted at one of the following locations:



  • At the checkout counter
  • On/above/visible from aisles where drugs are displayed
  • As a shelf-label or other in-aisle placement with the display of drugs

WE ID

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TELL your doctor ... it's THE LAW (NOT REQUIRED)

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Guidance on Posting Notice
Pursuant to the Drug Management and Disposal Act

How should it be displayed?

The notice should be printed in color, be no smaller than 8.5" x 11" and be conspicuously displayed. Stores are encouraged to frame, laminate or otherwise ensure that the notice is durable. In addition to the required posting, the notice can be reproduced in black and white and/or in a smaller size for hand out to consumers. The notice can also be reproduced in a smaller size for shelf displays or on shopping bags or medicine bags.


Where should it be posted?

The notice should be legible to a consumer at the pick-up counter. Options include posting on a wall visible from the counter, or on the counter itself. If a pharmacy is within a store, but the pharmacy closes for some portion of the store hours, the notice should be visible in the pharmacy department during hours when the pharmacy is closed. In a retail setting, the notice should be posted at one of the following locations:



  • At the checkout counter
  • On/above/visible from aisles where drugs are displayed
  • As a shelf-label or other in-aisle placement with the display of drugs

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