Ala. Admin. Code r. 540-X-26-.11 - Reporting Requirement

(1) Any physician engaging in a Collaborative Drug Therapy Management Agreement shall be subject to disciplinary action by the Board of Medical Examiners if he or she violates the terms of this Chapter or the terms of the Agreement. The Board of Medical Examiners shall report to the Board of Pharmacy the initiation of any proceeding against the physician or any conduct which it believes to be in violation of any such Agreement.
(2) Any pharmacist engaging in a Collaborative Drug Therapy Management Agreement shall be subject to disciplinary action by the Board of Pharmacy if he or she violates the terms of this Chapter or the terms of the Agreement. The Board of Pharmacy shall report to the Board of Medical Examiners the initiation of any proceeding against the pharmacist or any conduct which it believes to be in violation of any such Agreement.
(3) Any party to an Agreement which is voluntarily terminated shall, within ten (10) days of the termination, notify their respective board.
(4) If the Alabama medical license of a Collaborating Physician becomes inactive, revoked, suspended, restricted, or placed on probation, then that physician's participation in any and all Agreements shall be administratively terminated by operation of law. The Board of Medical Examiners shall notify the Board of Pharmacy whenever disciplinary action is taken against a Collaborating Physician's license or when a Collaborating Physician's participation in an Agreement is terminated by operation of law.
(5) If the Alabama pharmacy license of a Collaborating Pharmacist becomes inactive, revoked, suspended, restricted, or placed on probation, then that pharmacist's participation in any and all Agreements shall be administratively terminated by operation of law. The Board of Pharmacy shall notify the Board of Medical Examiners whenever disciplinary action is taken against a Collaborating Pharmacist's license or when a Collaborating Pharmacist's participation in an Agreement is terminated by operation of law.
(6) A Collaborating Physician whose Alabama medical license becomes inactive, revoked, suspended, restricted, or placed on probation, or who is administratively terminated from an Agreement shall be required to notify each party to the Agreement of said action. The Collaborating Physician shall additionally be responsible for notifying each patient served by the Agreement and shall bear the costs of such notice.

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Ala. Admin. Code r. 540-X-26-.11
Adopted by Alabama Administrative Monthly Volume XXXIX, Issue No. 11, August 31, 2021, eff. 10/15/2021.

Author: Alabama Board of Medical Examiners

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, § 34-24-53; Act 2019-368 (Code of Ala. 1975, § 34-23-77) .

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