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23 of 24 Maryland counties and the City of Baltimore include areas designated as “medically underserved.”

Over 6,100 pharmacists ready to help!

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Maryland HB 657: Allows the board of pharmacy to develop statewide protocols to authorize pharmacists to prescribe self-administered medications that do not require diagnosis or are for emergencies. Also allows for pharmacist administration of drugs and biologics.

Progress: Introduced

Maryland HB 716: Allows pharmacists to collaborate with non-physician prescribers. Allows for initiation of therapy under a collaborative agreement.

Progress: Introduced

Maryland HB 745: Codifies pharmacists ability to dispense naloxone within a therapy management contract (collaborative practice agreement)

Progress: Introduced

Maryland SB 346: Allows the board of pharmacy to develop statewide protocols to authorize pharmacists to prescribe self-administered medications that do not require diagnosis or are for emergencies. Also allows for pharmacist administration of drugs and biologics.

Progress: Introduced

Maryland SB 347: Allows pharmacists to collaborate with non-physician prescribers. Allows for initiation of therapy under a collaborative agreement.

Progress: Introduced


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