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FORMS

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

Article 33 of the New York State Public Health Law requires that
all losses of controlled substances be reported promptly. A copy
of the report must be maintained for five years in accordance
with Section 3370 of the Public Health Law.

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE – DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
REGISTRANT RECORD OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES DESTROYED

Report of Theft or Loss of Controlled Substances Under Controlled Substances Act of 1970

All requests for official order forms (DEA Form 222) can be made by registrants who are registered in Schedule I and/or II. Complete the form below in its entirety and click the Submit button.

An alternative for controlled substance disposal is to surrender the substances to an approved independent company. Companies must be licensed by the Department of Health to receive such substances and registered with the Drug Enforcement Administration.

CSOS

The CSOS Registration Authority requires a photocopy of a letter granting power of attorney for all applicants (excluding the Registrant) requesting a CSOS Signing certificate.

Department of Health

If the pharmacist fails to receive such prescription, he/she is required to notify the New York State Department of Health’s Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement in writing within seven days from the date of dispensing the controlled substance. This form should be used by the pharmacist for such notification.

DMV

Vision Screening Test Log

Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances

Section 3333 of the Public Health Law requires all pharmacies registered with New York State to electronically submit information regarding
controlled substance dispensed data to the Bureau. To meet the New York State Public Health Law data submission requirements for electronic
prescribing of controlled substances, the pharmacy must submit controlled substance dispensing data to the Bureau using the American Society
for Automation in Pharmacy (ASAP) format Version 4.2 or greater since additional data elements compatible with electronic prescribing
are included.

EXPANDED SYRINGE ACCESS PROGRAM (ESAP)

All ESAP registrants who sell or furnish hypodermic syringes and needles must cooperate in activities that support safe disposal of used syringes and needles.

FIRE DRILL

IMMUNIZATION

VACCINE ADVERSE EVENT REPORTING SYSTEM

SUPERVISING PHARMACIST

The state board of pharmacy shall be notified within seven days of any change
in the identity of the supervising pharmacist of a registered establishment. Such
notification shall be made by the owner of the registered establishment." (Rules Date SP Entered of the Board of Regents, part 29.7 (a)(10))

It is the responsibility of the owner of the registered establishment to file a Notice of Change of Supervising Pharmacist (PH205) with the New York State Board of Pharmacy. As supervising pharmacist, it is in your best interest to notify the New York State Board of Pharmacy when you have resigned from the supervisory position.

PHARMACY DISCONTINUANCE

The owner or corporate officer of an Instate or Non-resident Pharmacy or Manufacturer/Repacker/Wholesaler must file a
Discontinuance Form to notify the New York State Board of Pharmacy it has closed its doors and is no longer in business.

PHARMACY REGISTRATION

Application for Registration Under Controlled Substances Act of 1970

NEW YORK STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY CHECKLIST FOR PHARMACY

Child Resistant Packaging Waiver

Child Resistant Packaging Waiver Form

PSSNY

Download a Current Application

Download a Current Form

Fill out the form online


LINKS

Pharmacy - Advocates

Pharmacists United for Truth and Transparency is a growing coalition of independent pharmacists and pharmacy owners dedicated to exposing widespread abuse and manipulation by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs).

Join your fellow independent pharmacists in a fight against pharmacy benefit managers as we seek to expose unfair business practices directed at Independent Pharmacy.

Pharmacy - Legislation

PHARMACY NEWS

Pharmacy - National

National Community Pharmacists Association

Pharmacy - State and Local

Pharmacists Society of the State of New York

Pharmacists Society of Orange County

WHOLESALERS

GETTING PATIENTS CRITICAL MEDS TAKES A GLOBAL HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS LEADER.

Retail Pharmacy Services

The Wholesaler of Choice

We're here to keep you independent.

Independent Pharmacy Is Our Business


MOBILE APPS

By listing these apps we are in no way endorsing or not endorsing them. They are provided for informational purposes only.

Montezuma’s revenge, Delhi belly, or travelers’ diarrhea—whatever you call it, it can ruin your international trip. Help prevent travelers’ diarrhea by using CDC’s Can I Eat This? app.

CDC Vaccine Schedules App for Clinicians and Other Immunization Providers

The Drugs & Bugs app by Monthly Prescribing Reference (MPR) is an essential resource for allied healthcare professionals, clinicians, and residents who care for patients with infectious diseases.

The Drugs & Bugs app by Monthly Prescribing Reference (MPR) is an essential resource for allied healthcare professionals, clinicians, and residents who care for patients with infectious diseases.

Epocrates delivers the most current safety, diagnostic and treatment information, right when you need it.

Fooducate empowers you to achieve your diet, health, and fitness goals.

iMedicare helps pharmacies better serve their Medicare patients.

Lexicomp Mobile Apps are unique in the industry for being as extensive as our online drug reference offerings.

The right dose of information.

Mobile App Users: Please replace Orange Book Express with Orange Book Express 2.0

CDC’s TravWell app helps you plan for safe and healthy international travel.

New 2018 Yellow Book Available - Not an APP



TRAVEL

Resources for International Travel

(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)


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