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51 of 53 North Dakota counties include areas designated as “medically underserved.”

Over 1,000 pharmacists ready to help!

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Legislative Information

North Dakota HB 1102:  Reassertion of pharmacists as providers. Language is in the workers compensation laws. 

Progress:  Passed House; Passed Senate

North Dakota SB 2104:   "Health care professional" means a licensed or certified health care professional who is working within the scope of practice for that profession. The term may include a physician, physician assistant, advanced practice registered nurse, and pharmacist acting in the professional's scope of practice. 

Progress: Approved Effective 8/1/2015

North Dakota SB 2121:  Lists pharmacists in the definition of providers relating to medical peer reviews.  

Progress:  Approved Effective 8/1/2015

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North Dakota

Over 1,000 North Dakota pharmacists ready to help!

Currently most North Dakota residents on Medicare do not have access to important services provided by pharmacists, including:

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October 17, 2017
October 17, 2017
APhA Executive Vice President and CEO Thomas E. Menighan, BSPharm, MBA, ScD (Hon), FAPhA, testified in a hearing about drug prices held by the...
Gag clauses, lack of provider status hinder cost-effective care, importation is no solution, APhA CEO says
August 14, 2017
August 14, 2017
Tennessee saw major provider status legislation take effect on July 1. “Pharmacists as Providers” (HB 405/SB 461) gives Tennessee pharmacists formal...
‘Pharmacists as providers’ legislation went into effect July 1
July 13, 2017
July 13, 2017
The Massachusetts Senate and House of Representatives health care committee held a hearing on legislation that would expand the scope of practice...
Hearing held last month included testimony from pharmacists and physicians