SB 1402: Drug Prescription Information/Commercial Use [SPSC]
GENERAL BILL by Aronberg ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Justice
Drug Prescription Information/Commercial Use [SPSC]; Prohibits the licensure, transfer, use, or sale of records of information relating to drug prescriptions containing certain identifiable data regarding patients and prescribers. Provides that the act does not prohibit certain activities involving prescription information or the collection, use, transfer, or sale of information that does not identify a patient or prescriber, etc.
Last Action: 5/2/2009 Senate - Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died in Committee on Health Regulation
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• Referred to Health Regulation; Commerce; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Health and Human Services Appropriations
• Introduced, referred to Health Regulation; Commerce; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Health and Human Services Appropriations -SJ 00086
• On Committee agenda-- Health Regulation, 03/18/09, 9:00 am, 412-K --Not considered
• On Committee agenda-- Health Regulation, 03/25/09, 10:15 am, 412-K --Temporarily postponed
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration; Died in Committee on Health Regulation
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