FDA DSCSA Workshop – Meeting Materials

Follow the link below to the FDA webpage of all related meeting materials and notices:

“[This FDA public workshop, May 8-9, 2014, was] intended to gather information, current practices, research and ideas on the standards for the exchange of transaction information, transaction history and transaction statements, in paper or electronic format, for each transfer of drug product in which a change of ownership occurs, in addition to the feasibility of establishing standardized documentation to convey this information to the subsequent purchaser of a drug product and to facilitate the exchange of lot level data.” – – – via News & Events > Public Workshop: Standards for the Interoperable Exchange of Information for Tracing of Human, Finished, Prescription Drugs, in Paper or Electronic Format.

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Apply for a Designated Representative License – CA Board of Pharmacy

Follow the link below to find and download the application form that you need, including Designated Representative, and Wholesaler applications:

“Apply for a License – Please select the license type you wish to apply for to download the application and instructions.” – via CA Board of Pharmacy – Apply for a License.

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About The HMDR Licensing Program

Follow the link below to learn more about the California HMDR Licensing Program:

“Welcome to the home page for the Home Medical Device Retailer (HMDR) licensing program. The HMDR program is mandated by Assembly Bill 1496 of the 1999-2000 legislative session. This program licenses California HMDR facilities and registers Out-of-State HMDR facilities. In-State HMDR facilities supply prescription medical devices or durable medical equipment for use in the home to treat acute or chronic illnesses or injuries. Out-of-State HMDR facilities must supply prescription medical devices in order to qualify for the registration. The HMDR program also licenses exemptees that are required to be on staff in lieu of a pharmacist at facilities selling prescription medical devices as described under California and Federal medical device laws.” . . .

via HMDR Licensing Program Home Page.

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