Certified pharmacy technician definition

Certified pharmacy technician or “certified technician” means an individual who holds a valid current national certification and who has registered with the board as a certified pharmacy technician.
Certified pharmacy technician or “certified technician” means an individual who holds a valid current national certification and who has registered with the board as a certified pharmacy technician. The term includes an individual registered with the board who voluntarily acquired certification as provided in subrule 3.5(2).
Certified pharmacy technician means an individual who is a registered pharmacy technician and who has completed the requirements provided for in Section 40‑43‑82(B).

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The guidance describes “qualified pharmacy technicians.” Pharmacy technicians working in states with licensure or registration requirements must be licensed or registered in accordance with state requirements; pharmacy technicians working in states without licensure registration requirements must have a Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) designation from either the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board or National Healthcareer Association.

Certified Pharmacy Technician Candidates are limited to routine Dispensing activities, Drug storage, medical coverage claims processing, and cashiering.

The Board may specifically authorize a pharmacist whose license has been disciplined to register as a Certified Pharmacy Technician or Certified Pharmacy Technician Candidate under terms and conditions deemed appropriate.

It is contemplated that Boards will utilize the Certified Pharmacy Technician Candidate Certification Board examination as part of their assessment of technician competence to assist in the practice of pharmacy.

It is particularly important to emphasize the need for specificity in defining the grounds upon which a Pharmacist’s or Pharmacy Intern’s license to practice Pharmacy, or a Certified Pharmacy Technician’s or Certified Pharmacy Technician Candidate’s registration to assist in the Practice of Pharmacy, may be Revoked or Suspended.


More Definitions of Certified pharmacy technician

Certified pharmacy technician means those supportive persons, registered with the Mississippi Board of Pharmacy, who have successfully completed the Pharmacy
Certified pharmacy technician means a pharmacy technician who has a current Board approved pharmacy technician certification in addition to a current Oklahoma pharmacy technician permit.
Certified pharmacy technician means an individual who holds a valid current national certification and who has registered with the board as a certified pharmacy technician pursuant to 657—Chapter 3.
Certified pharmacy technician means a person licensed by the State Board of Pharmacy who assists the pharmacist in the practice of pharmacy pursuant to rules of the Board and has completed the specialized education program pursuant to OAR 855-025-0005. Persons used solely for clerical duties, such as recordkeeping, cashiering, bookkeeping and delivery of medications released by the pharmacist are not considered pharmacy technicians.
Certified pharmacy technician means a registered pharmacy technician who has either successfully passed a certification program approved by the Board, or has successfully passed an employer's training and assessment program approved by the Board, or has been certified by either the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) or any other nationally recognized certifying body approved by the Board.
Certified pharmacy technician means an individual who is certified by a national or state agency that offers a certification program that is recognized by the board.