New Drug Rules In OH

Wholesalers that distribute prescription drugs to pharmacies, doctors and hospitals would have to report more information about suspicious orders to Ohio regulators, this as part of the state’s fight against the deadly opioid epidemic. The proposed rules were announced by Gov. John Kasich on Thursday. The state also wants to require drug distributors do a better job researching their customers and to hold onto suspicious orders until questions are answered about the drugs’ destination. Companies that don’t comply could have their drug distribution license for Ohio revoked.

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