Fourteen states currently require both physicians and pharmacists to check someone’s drug history, but Indiana isn’t one of them.
All three pharmacists were found to have misused the state database that pharmacists use to check controlled-substance prescription histories of patients.
The bill aims to curb meth production by restricting the amount of pseudoephedrine customers can purchase.
The goal is to make immunizations more available to the public and drive down health care costs.
Stricter limits on the purchase of ephedrine products may soon go into effect.