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Confidentiality of pharmacy records - Conn. Gen. Stat. § 20-626

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Pharmacists may not disclose patient information or records without the oral or written consent or the patient or their agent. Pharmacists must document the name, date, and records released upon receiving oral consent from a patient or their agent.

Pharmacists may disclose pharmacy records to other pharmacists, the prescribing practitioner or another practitioner that cares for the patient, third party payors, government agencies that have authority to access the information, individuals or government agencies that have a valid court order, or any individual or entity that has contractual access to the pharmacy’s data so long as they cannot access patient identifying information.


Current as of June 2015