Licensed prescriber definition

Licensed prescriber means licensed health care providers with the authority to prescribe medication.
Licensed prescriber means an advanced practice nurse prescriber, a physician assistant, or other person licensed to pre- scribe medication under Wisconsin law.
Licensed prescriber means a physician, dentist, podiatrist, or optometrist. Licensed prescriber also means a physician assistant licensed in accordance with the Physician Assistant Practice Act of 1997, and an advanced practice nurse in accordance with a written collaborative agreement required under the Nursing Practice Act.

Examples of Licensed prescriber in a sentence

  • Licensed prescriber registration in PDMP systems was up 55 percent, from 208,393 during the October–December 2013 reporting period to 323,701 in April–June 2014.

  • Licensed prescriber samples must be appropriately labeled by the licensed prescriber to include information requested in item 3 above.

  • Licensed prescriber; administering or dispensing controlled substance without separate license; use of other controlled substances; recording response; etc.

  • Medication includes prescription and non-prescription (Tylenol, cold medication, etc.)● Signature must be in ink and dated.● The authorization is valid for one school year or until medication is changed, whichever is first.● Directions for administering medications should be in the form of written orders from the "licensed prescriber".● "Licensed prescriber" includes: M.D., D.O., dentist, podiatrist, and R.N. or physician's assistant with delegation for the M.D. or D.O.


More Definitions of Licensed prescriber

Licensed prescriber or "Prescriber" means a health care practitioner licensed or authorized by law to issue an order for a prescription drug or a prescription non-drug product.
Licensed prescriber means licensed health care providers with the authority to prescribe medication as per their scope of practice.
Licensed prescriber means any individual who is authorized by law to prescribe an opioid antagonist in the state;
Licensed prescriber. , for purposes of this Part, means a physician, a physician assistant licensed in accordance with the Physician Assistant Practice Act of 1997, or an advanced practice nurse in accordance with a written collaborative agreement required under the Nurse Practice Act.
Licensed prescriber means a physician or other health care practitioner with applicable statutory authority to prescribe med- ication.

Related to Licensed prescriber

  • Prescriber means a practitioner who is authorized pursuant to §§ 54.1-3303 and 54.1-3408 to issue

  • Licensed Product means any product or part thereof which:

  • Licensed Products means tangible materials which, in the course of manufacture, use, sale, or importation, would be within the scope of one or more claims of the Licensed Patent Rights that have not been held unpatentable, invalid or unenforceable by an unappealed or unappealable judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction.

  • Prescribed dosage means the specified activity or range of activity of unsealed radioactive material as documented:

  • Licensed Territory means worldwide.

  • Medication means any drug, chemical, compound, suspension, or preparation in suitable form for use as a curative or remedial substance taken either internally or externally by any person.