"Application for Authority to Dispense Controlled Substances or Dangerous Drugs or Both" - Nevada

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Application for Authority to Dispense Controlled Substances
or Dangerous Drugs or Both
This application cannot be returned by fax or email.
We must have an original signature and fee to process.
This application is for dispensing of medications from your office. Example: You will write a prescription and
then fill the prescription like a pharmacy does. If all you do is prescribe, please use the controlled substance
application. Dangerous drugs require a prescription (Latisse, high blood pressure medication, antibiotics, etc.)
but are not a scheduled drug.
If you dispense controlled substances, a controlled substance registration and DEA is required for the address
listed on the application.
Download application and mail to the address on the top of the application with the required $300.00 fee. The
fee is payable by money order or cashier s check only, we do not accept personal or business checks, cash or
credit cards. If the application is received with a personal check or cash, it will be returned and will delay the
processing of your application.
Fee is made payable to: Nevada State Board of Pharmacy
Before calling with questions, please read all information carefully.
Your dispensing site will require an inspection by Board of Pharmacy personnel before the dispensing
certificate can be issued or the dispensing of medications can occur from your office. Once the completed
application and fee has been received by the Reno office, you will receive a letter to schedule the appointment
to have your dispensing site inspected.
Dispensing practitioners who only dispense dangerous drugs are exempt from the reporting
requirements.
As of January 1, 2005, all dispensing practitioners who dispense controlled substances must comply
with the following:
Have a computer system into which all controlled substance prescriptions or prescription data is
entered that are dispensed by the dispensing practitioner. (No more paper-only prescription record
systems for controlled substances.)
Begin transmitting the data to the Controlled Substance Task Force on a weekly basis.
You must be the only person who prepares prescriptions for dispensing unless you designate an employee or
employees to serve as a dispensing technician. Please see Licensing Application tab on the home page for
the application for a dispensing technician in training. A minimum of 500 hours is required to a dispensing
technician in training.
If your dispensing address changes, you will be required to submit a new application before moving and pay
the $300.00. The new location will require an inspection.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Reno office.
Application for Authority to Dispense Controlled Substances
or Dangerous Drugs or Both
This application cannot be returned by fax or email.
We must have an original signature and fee to process.
This application is for dispensing of medications from your office. Example: You will write a prescription and
then fill the prescription like a pharmacy does. If all you do is prescribe, please use the controlled substance
application. Dangerous drugs require a prescription (Latisse, high blood pressure medication, antibiotics, etc.)
but are not a scheduled drug.
If you dispense controlled substances, a controlled substance registration and DEA is required for the address
listed on the application.
Download application and mail to the address on the top of the application with the required $300.00 fee. The
fee is payable by money order or cashier s check only, we do not accept personal or business checks, cash or
credit cards. If the application is received with a personal check or cash, it will be returned and will delay the
processing of your application.
Fee is made payable to: Nevada State Board of Pharmacy
Before calling with questions, please read all information carefully.
Your dispensing site will require an inspection by Board of Pharmacy personnel before the dispensing
certificate can be issued or the dispensing of medications can occur from your office. Once the completed
application and fee has been received by the Reno office, you will receive a letter to schedule the appointment
to have your dispensing site inspected.
Dispensing practitioners who only dispense dangerous drugs are exempt from the reporting
requirements.
As of January 1, 2005, all dispensing practitioners who dispense controlled substances must comply
with the following:
Have a computer system into which all controlled substance prescriptions or prescription data is
entered that are dispensed by the dispensing practitioner. (No more paper-only prescription record
systems for controlled substances.)
Begin transmitting the data to the Controlled Substance Task Force on a weekly basis.
You must be the only person who prepares prescriptions for dispensing unless you designate an employee or
employees to serve as a dispensing technician. Please see Licensing Application tab on the home page for
the application for a dispensing technician in training. A minimum of 500 hours is required to a dispensing
technician in training.
If your dispensing address changes, you will be required to submit a new application before moving and pay
the $300.00. The new location will require an inspection.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Reno office.
NEVADA STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
431 W Plumb Lane
Reno, NV 89509
(775) 850-1440
APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO DISPENSE DRUGS
Registration Fee: $300.00
(non-refundable money order or cashier s check
only)
New Dispensing Location o
Address Change o (Requires Fee and New Application)
o Yes
o No
Do you, as a dispensing practitioner or in conjunction only with other practitioners, wholly own your practice?
I will be dispensing o controlled substances o dangerous drugs or o both. Must check a box.
If you dispense controlled substances, a controlled substance registration and DEA is required for the address
listed on this application.
First:
Middle:
Last:
Degree:
Practice Name (if any):
Nevada Address:
Suite #:
(This must be a practicing Nevada address, we will not issue a license to a home address or to a PO Box only)
Sex: o M or o F
PO Box:
SS#:
E-mail address:
Date of Birth:
City:
State: NV
Zip Code:
Nevada Work Telephone:
Nevada Fax:
Practitioner License Number:
Specialty:
You must be licensed with your respective BOARD before we will process this application.
Been diagnosed or treated for any mental illness, including alcohol or substance
Yes No
abuse, or physical condition that would impair your ability to perform the essential
functions of your license?.................................................................................................................... o o
o o
1. Been charged, arrested or convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in any state?
2. Been the subject of an administrative action whether completed or pending in any state?................ o o
3. Had your license subjected to any discipline for violation of pharmacy or drug laws in any state?.... o o
If you marked YES to any of the numbered questions (1-3) above, include the following information & provide
documentation:
Board Administrative
State
Date:
Case #:
Action:
/
/
Criminal
State
Date:
Case #:
County
Court
Action:
/
/
The undersigned practitioner, licensed to practice his or her profession in the State of Nevada, applies to the Board of Pharmacy for
authorization to dispense, for profit, controlled substances or dangerous drugs or both, to his or her own patients, in the manner allowed
and as required by Nevada and Federal law.
I hereby certify that the answers given in this application are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the
approval of this application provides me alone with the authority to dispense controlled substance or dangerous drugs or both to my
own patients at the address stated on the application. I further understand that I may not delegate this authority to any other person. I
further agree to abide by all statutes, rules or regulations governing practitioner dispensing and understand that a violation of any such
statute, rules or regulations may be grounds for suspension or revocation of this permit of authorization.
Original Signature, no copies or stamps accepted.
Date
ÿBoard Use Only
Received:
Amount:
Entity#
Transmitting Controlled Substance Prescription Data
Pursuant to NAC 639.926, pharmacies and dispensing practitioners that
dispense controlled substances listed in schedule II, III or IV are required to
submit data to the Board each week; however, we highly encourage
dispensers to submit data on a nightly basis when possible. If a dispenser
has not dispensed any controlled substances for the required time period,
the dispenser will be required to submit a zero reporting transmission.
The Nevada State Board of Pharmacy contracts with RelayHealth to
manage the data collection for the Nevada Prescription Monitoring Program
(PMP). To set up an account to submit data, please go to:
https://dc.pmp.relayhealth.com/nv/Login.aspx
. Click Request Account
and follow the prompts. To obtain a Data Submission Dispenser Guide
please click Support and Registration Information .
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact
RelayHealth Customer Care at 800-892-0333. Monday - Friday, 8:00 A.M. -
5:00 P.M. Eastern. Or email:
NVPMP@relayhealth.com
Include with the Application for Authority to Dispense Drugs
Practitioner Dispensing
Controlled Substance Waiver Form
Each dispensing practitioner must complete this form. Do not submit for a group.
Print Name:
Address:
City:
State: NV
Zip:
Telephone:
I will be dispensing controlled substances at the address listed above and I understand that I
am required and submit data to the Prescription Controlled Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force
weekly as required by NAC 639.745 [1(f)].
I will not be dispensing controlled substances at the address listed above. If I choose to
dispense controlled substances in the future, I must contact the Nevada State Board of Pharmacy to
modify my license.
By signing and dating this waiver form, I certify that the information provided is true.
Original Signature of Dispensing Practitioner
Date
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