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Rule 3796:7-2-07 | Duty to report.

 

(A) A patient or caregiver must notify the state board of pharmacy within seven calendar days of learning that the patient or caregivers registry identification card has been used fraudulently. After notification of the fraudulent use of a registry identification card, the state board of pharmacy may issue a new registry identification card with a new registry number.

(B) A patient or caregiver must notify the state board of pharmacy within seven calendar days of learning that the patient or caregivers registry was accessed without authorization. After notification of the unauthorized access, the state board of pharmacy may issue a new registry identification card with a new registry number.

(C) A patient or caregiver must notify the state board of pharmacy, in a manner suitable to the board, of any change in the information, other than a change in qualifying condition, previously provided to the board in accordance with rule 3796:7-2-01 of the Administrative Code not later than thirty calendar days after such change.

(D) If a patient is deceased, the patients caregiver, if any, or a legal representative of the patient shall notify the state board of pharmacy.

(E) A patient shall report to the state board of pharmacy a conviction of any offense and/or any arrest or charges pending of a felony or misdemeanor offense under Chapter 2925., 3715., 3719., or 4729. of the Revised Code, or of an arrest or conviction in another jurisdiction that is substantially the same as a felony or misdemeanor offense under Chapter 2925., 3715., or 4729. of the Revised Code, within fourteen calendar days of the conviction or arrest.

(F) A caregiver shall report to the state board of pharmacy a violation of any state or federal law or rule, regardless of jurisdiction in which acts were committed, except for minor traffic violations such as parking violations, speeding tickets and violations such as failure to obey a red light, failure to use a turn signal or expired registration do not need to be reported unless the offense involved operating vehicle under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. Acts in accordance to Chapter 3796. of the Revised Code and this division that constitute a violation of federal law shall not be reported.

(G) If a patient has a caregiver, that caregiver may provide any required notification to the state board of pharmacy on behalf of the patient using the same forms and process in accordance with section 3796.04 of the Revised Code.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 3796.04
Amplifies: 3796.04, 3796.08
Five Year Review Date: 9/8/2022