Section 3901.812 | Rights of pharmacy.
A pharmacy may do any of the following when a pharmacy audit is performed:
(A) Validate a pharmacy record by using original or photocopied records from hospitals, physicians, or other health care providers;
(B) Validate one or more claims for payment for the provision of dangerous drugs or pharmacy services by using either of the following:
(1) An original pharmacy record or photocopy of the record;
(2) An original prescription or photocopy of the prescription in any form that constitutes a valid prescription in this state, including a written prescription, a prescription made through an electronic prescribing system, a prescription delivered by facsimile, a prescription made by issuing an order for medication administration, and the record a pharmacist maintains under section 4729.37 of the Revised Code documenting a prescription received by telephone.
(C) Resubmit a disputed or denied claim for payment using any commercially reasonable method of resubmission, including resubmission by facsimile, mail, or electronic means, as long as the time period for resubmissions established by the relevant payer has not expired.
Available Versions of this Section
- March 23, 2015 – Senate Bill 258, 130th General Assembly [ View March 23, 2015 Version ]