PHARMACIST DISCLOSURE TO CAREGIVERS SHOULD NOT BE PREVENTED BY MEDICAL PRIVACY LAWS -- NACDS; NATL. UNIFORMITY OF PRIVACY WOULD SAVE DATA COSTS -- REVCO VP
Medical privacy legislation should not prevent pharmacists from providing caregivers and next-of-kin with prescriptions or pharmaceutical information, Revco VP-Pharmacy Relations Robert Thompson told a Feb. 4 HHS hearing on medical privacy.
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