Requirements for contents of and submission of collaborative practice agreement
- expiration and renewal of agreement.
1.A collaborative practice agreement must be signed by each practitioner and pharmacist who enter into the agreement and submitted to the Board in written and electronic form. A collaborative practice agreement must include:
(a)A description of the types of decisions concerning the management of drug therapy that the pharmacist is authorized to make, which may include a specific description of the diseases and drugs for which the pharmacist is authorized to manage drug therapy;
(b)A detailed explanation of the procedures that the pharmacist must follow when engaging in the collaborative practice of pharmacy, including, without limitation, the manner in which the pharmacist must document decisions concerning treatment and care in accordance with subsection 3 of NRS 639.2623, report such decisions to the practitioner and receive feedback from the practitioner;
(c)The procedure by which the pharmacist will notify the practitioner of an adverse event concerning the health of the patient;
(d)The procedure by which the practitioner will provide the pharmacist with a diagnosis of the patient and any other medical information necessary to carry out the patient’s drug therapy management;
(e)A description of the means by which the practitioner will monitor clinical outcomes of a patient and intercede when necessary to protect the health of the patient or accomplish the goals of the treatment prescribed for the patient;
(f)Authorization for the practitioner to override the agreement if necessary to protect the health of the patient or accomplish the goals of the treatment prescribed for the patient;
(g)Authorization for either party to terminate the agreement by written notice to the other party, which must include, without limitation, written notice to the patient that informs the patient of the procedures by which he or she may continue drug therapy;
(h)The effective date of the agreement;
(i)The date by which a review must be conducted pursuant to subsection 2 for the renewal of the agreement, which must not be later than the expiration date of the agreement;
(j)The address of the location where the records described in subsection 3 of NRS 639.2623 will be maintained; and
(k)The process by which the pharmacist will obtain the informed, written consent required by subsection 4 of NRS 639.2623.
2.A collaborative practice agreement must expire not later than 1 year after the date on which the agreement becomes effective. The parties to a collaborative practice agreement may renew the agreement after reviewing the agreement and making any necessary revisions.
Section 639.2627 — Requirements for contents of and submission of collaborative practice agreement; expiration and renewal of agreement.,