California HMDR Exemptee Online Training Certification Course

California HMDR Exemptee Online Training Certification Course

  • $525 per student
  • For home medical device retailers (HMDR)
  • Accepted by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) – Food and Drug Branch
  • Earns a course completed training certificate accepted by the CDPH to include with your HMDR Exemptee license application

California HMDR Exemptee Online Training Certification Course

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Board-Approved! Three (3) California Designated Representative Online Training Programs

SkillsPlus International Inc. proudly offers the largest selection of Board-approved California Designated Representative online training courses. Earns a Board-recognized training affidavit. More than 6,000 students trained!

California Designated Representative Online Training for Drug/Device Wholesalers

California Designated Representative Online Training for 3PL (third-party logistics providers)

California Designated Representative Online Training for Reverse Distributors


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Heavy Phone Call Volume at Board Office

Heavy Phone Call Volume at The California State Board of Pharmacy Office

According to an email sent by the Board (dated July 22, 2019):

“The Board of Pharmacy is currently experiencing heavy call volume. If you are not able to reach staff by phone, please email us. Visit the Contact Us page on the board’s website, www.pharmacy.ca.gov., for an email address related to your concern.

The board’s main phone number is (916) 518-3100. Staff is available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Thank you for your patience and understanding.”


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At Least 2.5 Million Home Health Patients Using Medical Equipment Vulnerable to Natural Disasters – HomeHealthCareNews

““Health care trends suggest that 2.5 million number is just going to continue to grow as more people opt to age in place,” Marriele Mango, lead author of the study and resilient power fellowship program associate for Clean Energy Group, told HHCN. “In the end, energy security just isn’t there for them in the way that it is in a nursing home, assisted living home or a hospital.”

In the event of a natural disaster, lack of energy security can be fatal.”

Read the full source article:  At Least 2.5 Million Home Health Patients Using Medical Equipment Vulnerable to Natural Disasters – HomeHealthCareNews.com

You might also be interested in:   FDA – Hurricane Checklist – Medical Devices


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DHL Supply Chain Invests $150 Million to Expand Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Distribution Network in the U.S. – PRweb.com

“DHL Supply Chain, the Americas leader in contract logistics and part of Deutsche Post DHL Group, is expanding its pharmaceutical and medical device distribution network by 40 percent this year with an investment of $150 million. With the ultimate goal of bringing critical healthcare products closer to trade partners and patients, DHL Supply Chain plans for nine new sites by the end of 2019. The investment includes costs to invest in new buildings and technology, as well as the fit-out and start-up of new or expanded operations.”

Read the full source article:  DHL Supply Chain Invests $150 Million to Expand Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Distribution Network in the U.S. – PRweb.com


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Expect Possible Delays With The California State Board of Pharmacy

Plan ahead.

If you have license renewals coming up, or you’re planning to submit license applications, try to get ahead of possible delays in the June-July 2019 timeframe, due to:

  • the end of the fiscal year (end of June 2019)
  • a Board office move July 2019

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Plan Ahead: Board Office Move – Application Processing Times



Updated January 25, 2019:

The California Board of Pharmacy provided this latest update:

“Board staff were advised there have been significant delays in approvals necessary to begin construction within the office space. Based on these delays it is currently anticipated the move will occur in May or June 2019. Board staff continues to work with DCA and the Department of General Services and will continue to provide updates to the Organizational Development committee.”

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Plan ahead if you’re thinking about submitting a California Board of Pharmacy individual license application (e.g., California Designated Representative license).

As of this writing, here’s why:

  • The holiday season is here
  • Year-end business processes and activities could get in the way
  • California Designated Representative license application (wholesaler, 3PL)  processing times can take some time.  Based on September/October 2018 data, processing times could take anywhere between 13-39 days. If there are application deficiencies, it could add an additional 10-30 days of processing time.
  • The California Board of Pharmacy office relocation move was originally planned for February 2019, and could be delayed.

In a nutshell, plan ahead if you’re planning to submit a California Designated Representative license application.

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California Designated Representative Training – Required Topics



“Question: I need to take a California Designated Representative training course. What kind of topics will be covered in an approved training program?

Answer: It depends on the kind of California Designated Representative license type you are applying for. In other words, the required topics are different for the wholesaler, third-party logistics provider (3PL), and reverse distributor.  . . .”

Read the complete source article:   California Designated Representative Training – Required Topics (Tumblr)


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Big Selection Of California Designated Representative Training Courses

Earn a training affidavit – We offer the largest selection of California Designated Representative training programs!

The California Board of Pharmacy oversees a wide range of Designated Representative licenses, including:

  • Designated Representative (for wholesalers)
  • Designated Representative 3PL (for third-party logistics providers), and
  • Designated Representative Reverse Distributor

Each of the three distinct license applications requires proof of training program completion. Specifically, license applicants must submit a training affidavit with their application submission. We offer three (3) different Designated Representative training courses because each license application “type” requires the coverage of different subjects and topics.

Learn more and buy: Training Programs for California Designated Representative License Applicants – Earn a training affidavit

Visit: California Board of Pharmacy – Designated Representative License Application Forms


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Pay Attention To The Version! – Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR)

Beware! – There are multiple versions of forms and booklets for Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) license applicants

Florida state websites are getting reorganized and redesigned. As a result, an internet search for Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR) application forms and candidate information booklets can lead you to outdated versions.

At the time of writing this post, there are CDR forms and publications that have an effective date of December 2017 or January 2018.  In my small sampling of search results, I was able to locate a form as old as 2014.

If you’re not sure you’ve got the latest forms or publications, here’s what the 2018 application form says, “If you have any questions or need assistance in completing this application, please contact the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics, at 850.717.1800.”


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