37-7-307. Utilization plan -- contents -- responsibility of pharmacist. (1) A utilization plan must set forth:
(a) the name and qualifications of the supervising pharmacist or pharmacists;
(b) the nature and location of the supervising pharmacist's pharmacy practice;
(c) a summary of the tasks delegated by the pharmacist and the methods by which a supervising pharmacist may verify and document the tasks. "Verify" means the personal confirmation by a supervising pharmacist of the correctness of the tasks undertaken by the pharmacy technician.
(d) any other information the board considers relevant.
(2) The board shall approve a utilization plan if it determines that the duties to be delegated are:
(a) assigned, verified, and documented by the supervising pharmacist; and
(b) within the scope of the training and competence of the person to whom the authority is delegated.
(3) A supervising pharmacist is responsible for the actions of a pharmacy technician or auxiliary who performs services for the pharmacist under the terms of a utilization plan.
History: En. Sec. 3, Ch. 219, L. 1991.