LRB-2532/1
MED:ahe
2017 - 2018 LEGISLATURE
March 23, 2017 - Introduced by Senators Craig, Lasee, Feyen, Marklein,
Harsdorf, Wanggaard, Bewley, Cowles, Kapenga, Olsen, Moulton, Nass
and Stroebel, cosponsored by Representatives Wichgers, Sanfelippo,
Kolste, Novak, Thiesfeldt, Kuglitsch, E. Brooks, R. Brooks, Horlacher,
Jacque, Mursau, Skowronski, Murphy, Brandtjen, Spiros, Allen, Kremer,
Doyle, Sinicki, Subeck, Knodl, Tusler, Tittl, Jagler and Bernier. Referred
to Committee on Health and Human Services.
SB126,1,4 1An Act to repeal 450.09 (3), 450.09 (5) and 450.09 (8) (b); to renumber and
2amend
450.09 (8) (a); to amend 450.11 (1); and to create 450.11 (1a) of the
3statutes; relating to: various changes to the pharmacy practice law and
4modifying rules promulgated by the Pharmacy Examining Board.
Analysis by the Legislative Reference Bureau
This bill makes various changes to the pharmacy practice law and to
administrative rules promulgated by the Pharmacy Examining Board, described as
follows:
1. The bill repeals a requirement that a license issued by the board be displayed
in the place of practice.
2. The bill provides that a prescription order entered on the chart or medical
record of an inpatient or resident of a health care facility is not required to include
the address of the practitioner, which is otherwise required for other prescription
orders.
3. The bill modifies the definition of “long term care facility” in the rules
promulgated by the board to conform it to a definition used in similar regulations
adopted by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. The definition is used in
various provisions in the rules relating to prescriptions for controlled substances.
4. The bill repeals a requirement that every pharmacy be equipped with proper
pharmaceutical utensils for compounding and dispensing prescriptions and a
requirement that the board prescribe, by rule, minimum standards of professional

and technical equipment. The bill also repeals the rules promulgated by the board
relating to minimum equipment for pharmacies.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do
enact as follows:
SB126,1 1Section 1. 450.09 (3) of the statutes is repealed.
SB126,2 2Section 2 . 450.09 (5) of the statutes is repealed.
SB126,3 3Section 3 . 450.09 (8) (a) of the statutes is renumbered 450.09 (8) and amended
4to read:
SB126,2,75 450.09 (8) Penalties. Except as provided under par. (b), any Any person who
6violates this section may be assessed a forfeiture of not less than $25 nor more than
7$50 for each separate offense. Each day of violation constitutes a separate offense.
SB126,4 8Section 4 . 450.09 (8) (b) of the statutes is repealed.
SB126,5 9Section 5. 450.11 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB126,3,310 450.11 (1) Dispensing. Except as provided in sub. (1i) (b) 2., no person may
11dispense any prescribed drug or device except upon the prescription order of a
12practitioner. All prescription orders shall, except as provided in sub. (1a), specify the
13date of issue, the name and address of the practitioner, the name and quantity of the
14drug product or device prescribed, directions for the use of the drug product or device,
15the symptom or purpose for which the drug is being prescribed if required under sub.
16(4) (a) 8., and, if the order is written by the practitioner, the signature of the
17practitioner. Except as provided in ss. 118.2925 (3), 255.07 (2), 441.18 (2) (a) 1.,
18448.035 (2), and 448.037 (2) (a) 1. and except for standing orders issued under s.
19441.18 (2) (a) 2. or 448.037 (2) (a) 2., all prescription orders shall also specify the name
20and address of the patient. A prescription order issued under s. 118.2925 (3) shall
21specify the name and address of the school. A prescription order issued under s.

1255.07 (2) shall specify the name and address of the authorized entity. Any oral
2prescription order shall be immediately reduced to writing by the pharmacist and
3filed according to sub. (2).
SB126,6 4Section 6. 450.11 (1a) of the statutes is created to read:
SB126,3,75 450.11 (1a) Chart orders. A prescription order entered on the chart or medical
6record of an inpatient or resident of a health care facility by a practitioner is not
7required to include the address of the practitioner.
SB126,7 8Section 7. Phar 1.02 (4m) of the administrative code is amended to read:
SB126,3,119 Phar 1.02 (4m) “Long term care facility" means a facility for the
10developmentally disabled or other nursing home
has the meaning given in 21 CFR
111300.01
.
SB126,8 12Section 8. Phar 6.06 (title) of the administrative code is repealed and
13recreated to read:
SB126,3,14 14Phar 6.06 (title) Laws and other references.
SB126,9 15Section 9. Phar 6.06 (1) (intro.) of the administrative code is renumbered Phar
166.06 (intro.) and amended to read:
SB126,3,19 17Phar 6.06 (intro.) The professional service area of a pharmacy shall have
18equipment of appropriate design and size for the intended pharmacy practice
19consisting of at least and shall have all of the following equipment:
SB126,10 20Section 10. Phar 6.06 (1) (a) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,11 21Section 11. Phar 6.06 (1) (b) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,12 22Section 12. Phar 6.06 (1) (c) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,13 23Section 13. Phar 6.06 (1) (d) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,14 24Section 14. Phar 6.06 (1) (e) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,15 25Section 15. Phar 6.06 (1) (f) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,16
1Section 16. Phar 6.06 (1) (g) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,17 2Section 17. Phar 6.06 (1) (h) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,18 3Section 18. Phar 6.06 (1) (i) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,19 4Section 19. Phar 6.06 (1) (j) of the administrative code is renumbered Phar
56.06 (1j).
SB126,20 6Section 20. Phar 6.06 (1) (k) of the administrative code is renumbered Phar
76.06 (2k).
SB126,21 8Section 21. Phar 6.06 (1) (L) of the administrative code is renumbered Phar
96.06 (3L).
SB126,22 10Section 22. Phar 6.06 (2) of the administrative code is repealed.
SB126,4,1111 (End)
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