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Electronic Prescription Applications, I.A.C. r. 657-6.21

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Electronic Prescription Applications
Authorizes pharmacies to use electronic prescription applications so long at the applications have appropriate security and confidentiality safeguards and, if used for controlled substances, comply with DEA regulations. Requires pharmacies to maintain electronic prescription records for two years following the last date of activity. Permits the printing of electronic prescriptions for hard copy delivery, but requires  a manual signature for Schedule II controlled substances.