59

Automated Pharmacy Systems

While technology as a whole has continued to advance at a rapid pace, our ability to utilize new ways to work is often held up over red tape and regulations. This legislation seeks to cut through some of that red tape by allowing the use of video kiosks that would link customers directly to a licensed pharmacist to take their prescription order and then dispense it through the machine, cutting down on waiting times for medications. HB 59 advanced through the House and Senate and was sent to the Governor to be signed.

Bill Categories: Health and Human Services Committee

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Cyndi Stevenson

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Scott Plakon

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Emily Slosberg

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