DEA National Prescription Take Back Day

The DEA will Host a National Prescription Drug Take Back day on April 28, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

For more information and to find a collection site near you, please visit the DEA’s website.

Register now for the BNDD UPDATE: "Lunch With The Chief" Webinar

Date: May 10, 2018
Time: 12 Noon - 1 PM CDT
Cost: Free
Subject: BNDD Update
Michael Boeger - BNDD Administrator
Tom Glenski, R.Ph. - Chief Inspector

Click here to register for the webinar.

This webinar has been approved for one hour of continuing education (CE) by the Missouri Board of Pharmacy.

To receive CE credit, licensees must individually register for the program and individually log in to the webinar.

Handouts will be available on the Board's website the day of webinar.

Request Your PIN

Click here to request your PIN. Please allow 1-2 business days for processing.

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2018 Pharmacy Technician Compliance Update.

February Newsletter Now Available

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Technicians Change Your Address or Employment

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MO Board of Pharmacy 2017 Regulatory Update (Springfield) Handouts

2017 Springfield Drug Diversion
2017 Springfield Patient Safety
2017 Update and Tips

Patient Safety Handouts

Health Literacy for Pharmacy
Opioids, Missouri, and You
Patient Safety; An Inspector's Perspective
Pharmacists on the Front Lines
The Role of Health Literacy in Patient Safety

Naloxone Standing Order

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Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Dr. Randall W. Williams
912 Wildwood
P.O. Box 570
Jefferson City, Missouri 65102
Phone: 573-751-6400

2017 Legislation:

SB 50 (Hospital Pharmacy)
SB 501 (Epinephrine/Naloxone Standing Order/Immunization Changes)
SB 139 (Rx Cares for Missouri)

Emergency Class-J Shared Services Rule Amendment (20 Csr 2220-2.650)

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Guidance Statement on Emergency Class-J Rule

DEA ALERT: Faxed-based phishing scam targeting Pharmacies.

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has received notification of a faxed-based phishing scam. The DEA urges registered Pharmacies to be on guard against a fax asking for licensing information. The DEA is continuously identifying safeguards against suspicious activity, but cybercriminals are ever evolving with identity theft scams.

For example, attached is a sample faxattached is a sample fax requesting Pharmacies to provide a copy of the current DEA certificate and State license. If anyone has already provided this information, the DEA urges the registrant to contact their local field office.

Registrants who receive information that seems suspicious should forward them to Also, the DEA does not send unsolicited faxes or emails requesting sensitive data.

2017 Rule Review:

See the calendar and submit a comment online.

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Find additional patient & pharmacist resources on the new naloxone legislation that will be effective on August 28, 2016.

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Report Disciplinary Actions

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Have a patient safety suggestion?

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BeSafeRx: Beware Of Fake Online Pharmacies!

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, there are thousands of fake online pharmacies on the internet selling counterfeit, expired, contaminated or unsafe drugs! Protect yourself and your patients from fake online pharmacies. Click here to learn more or visit the FDA's new "BeSafeRx" campaign website. The site features more information on:

  • The risks of buying from fake online pharmacies
  • How to identify a safe, legal online pharmacy
  • Tools and resources for health care professionals.

Before buying medicine online, check to make sure you are using a safe, legal online pharmacy!

HB600 Suspension List

License Suspension Due To Tax Compliance Law324.010, RSMO All persons applying for or renewing licenses with the Division of Professional Registration are required to have paid all state income taxes, and to have filed all necessary state income tax returns for the preceding three years. Click here for a list of individuals suspended due to tax compliance issues.

Veterans - learn about reimbursement for your licensing examination fees.

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