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Pharmacy Legislation

ActEffect
1906 Pure Food and Drug act Federal inspection of meat. Was inadequate
1938 Food, drug, and cosmetic act Made drugs require directions, regulated labeling and who could prescribe them
1951 Durham-Humphrey Amendment (Prescription Drug amendment) Separated OTC&Rx drugs, required "Caution:Federal law prohibits dispensing without a prescription"
1962 Kefauver-Harris amendments(drug efficacy amendments) Ensured effectiveness and safety of new drugs,
1970 Comprehensive drug abuse prevention and control act(Controlled substances act of 1970) controlled classes 1-5, set by DEA(Drug enforcement act
1972 Drug Listing Act Amended Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic act of 1938. Required drugs to be registered
1976 Medical Device Amendment required life sustaining things to have pre market approval
Orphan Drug Act of 1983 Allowed drug companies to bypass the lengthy time requirements
1984 Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act(Hatch-Waxman Act) Modern system of genetic drugs
1987 Prescription Drug Marketing Act Avoid counterfeit drugs
1990 Anabolic steroid control act Placed steroids into schedule III
1990 Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act Funding of Medicare and Medicaid
1994 Dietary Supplement health and education act Defined Dietary ingredients
1996 HIPAA Patient confidentiality
2005 Combat meth act bill address and sale of pseudoephedrine, an ingredient of meth
DEA form 41 Destroy control substances
DEA form 106 loss or theft of a controlled substance
DEA form 222 Form used to order schedule II
DEA form 224 Dispense controlled substances
DEA form 225 distribute controlled substances
DEA form 363 run narcotic treatment
Created by: DeRay
 

 



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