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Advancing Pharmacy Practice in Kentucky Coalition

Kentucky Board of Pharmacy Nominations for 2018

Click here for the application.

 

Kentucky DOI MAC Transparency

Kentucky Pharmacy Complaint Form

 

Pharmacy Universal Buprenorphine & General PA

Buprenorphine Universal PA Form

General PA Form

 

TB Reporting by pharmacists in Kentucky

Form to report to Department for Public Health

 

Medicaid Reimbursement for Vaccines/Naloxone

Click here for the latest charts.

 

MCO Pharmacy Directors

Aetna

Pending

 

Anthem

Andrew Rudd
Office (502) 619-6800  x26747
Andrew.Rudd@anthem.com 

 

Caresource

Owen Neff
937.531.3477  
Owen.Neff@CareSource.com 

 

Passport

Pending

 

WellCare

Thea Rogers
502-303-4303

Thea.Rogers@wellcare.com

 

Pfizer Medication Synchronization

Click here for the information flyer.

 

Student Loan Repayment information

Kentucky State Loan Repayment Program

 

Kentucky Pharmacists Month

Click here for YOUR tool kit

2014 Governor's Proclamation

2015 Governor's Proclamation

2016 Governor's Proclamation

 

Health Plan Updates

Wellcare of Kentucky to change preferred buprenorphine/naloxone product
Click here for more information.

 

United Healthcare sends letters to patients regarding pharmacy benefits

United Healthcare is sending letters to patients giving them the option to opt-out of their mail order plan. To view the letter, click below. 

United Health Care Opt out letter 2014

 

Kentucky Board of Licensed Diabetes Educators

Announcement


Kentucky Department of Insurance Information

Website

 

Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting (KASPER)

Dispenser's Implementation Guide

 

Kentucky Applicant Registry and Employment Screening (KARES) program

KARES is a voluntary fingerprint-supported state and FBI background check program launched by the OIG to help long-term care and other providers research the backgrounds of job applicants. All providers eligible to participate in KARES are strongly encouraged to enroll in the program voluntarily and help reduce the potential for abuse, neglect or exploitation, including financial exploitation, of elderly and vulnerable adults.

Click here for the website.

Helpful links to Kentucky organizations

Kentucky Board of Pharmacy

Legislative Research Commission

University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy

Sullivan University College of Pharmacy

 

KASPER after HB1 2012

Reporting clarifications and modifications 2.2013

HB 1 Misconceptions

KASPER Regulation Revisions 9.14.12

OIG Response to KASPER Questions

Board of Pharmacy KASPER Regulation

KASPER Regulation Revisions 10.9.2012

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