NEW MEXICO PHARMACIST CLINICIAN REGULATIONS
NEW MEXICO PHARMACIST CLINICIAN REGULATIONS specify a broad range of situations in which pharmacists can exercise prescriptive power. According to the regulations, pharmacist clinicians may: (1) "practice in a health care institution within the policies of that institution"; (2) perform services delineated by a written protocol and "within the scope of practice of the supervising practitioner"; and (3) prescribe controlled substances, under certain conditions.
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