Statewide Naloxone Standing Order Or Collaborative Practice Agreement

17 Dec

Status: Nevada 3rd Party: Yes Standing Order: Yes Pharmacy Access Notes: The law allows pharmacists to distribute naloxone in accordance with standardized procedures or on a doctor`s permanent instructions of naloxone to patients, caregivers, people able to distribute assit and first responders without prescription. Other resources: dpbh.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/dpbhnvgov/content/Resources/opioids/opioid_STR_Pamphlet_nasal_ap6.pdf dpbh.nv.gov/uploadedFiles/dpbhnvgov/content/Resources/opioids/naloxone_toolkit_color.pdf State: Michigan 3rd Party: Yes Standing Order: Yes Pharmacy Access Notes: Law and statewide standing order from State Health Officer allow a trained pharmacist to spend naloxon to anyone in risk or in position to help someone in risk without a prescription. Other resources: www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71550_2941_4871_79584_79585_79587_7 9591-409684-,00.html State: Washington 3rd Party: Yes Standing Order: Yes Pharmacy Access Notes: Law allows pharmacists and non-medical staff to give up anyone without a prescription as part of a collaborative Drug Therapy order. Other resources: depts.washington.edu/pcapuw/inhouse/FAQs_Naloxone_for_Community_Agencies.pdf State: Wyoming 3rd Party: Yes Standing Order: Yes Pharmacy Access Notes: Law allows pharmacists to prescribe naloxone directly to vulnerable or at-risk individuals. Other resources: health.wyo.gov/publichealth/prevention/substanceabuseandsuicide/opioid-information-wyoming/opioid-overdose-response/ State: Illinois 3rd Party: Yes Standing Order: Yes Pharmacy Access Notes: Statewide Standing Order from State Health Officer allows pharmacists and overdose training sessions and naloxone distribution programs to distribute naloxone to anyone who requests it. Other resources: dph.illinois.gov/naloxone Public Chapter 596 authorizes the Chief Medical Officer of the Tennessee Department of Health to implement a National Collaborative Pharmaceutical Practices Agreement (CPPA) that is licensed and practiced specifically for opioid therapy with any Tennessee pharmacist. Licensed and practicing pharmacists in Tennessee have the right to distribute an opioid antagonist to a person at risk of opioid overdose, or to a family member, friend or other person who can help a person at risk of opioid-related overdose. Please note that you must create an account on the TPCE website to register for the Pharmacist Antagonist Training Program.