Prescriptive Authority Collaborative Agreement

(a) the cooperation agreement between a physician and a NPRC that will prescribe and deliver and deliver drugs and other therapeutic or remedial medical measures, in accordance with the provisions of letter 21.283 A regarding the mandate and qualifications for prescribing, dispensing and dispensing drugs). The agreement must be: (1) in writing, identify the parties, including the cooperating physician, the NPR, and at least one surrogate physician who supports the cooperation if the cooperating physician is not available, which contains the signature of the CRNP and the cooperating physician and which contains the date of signing of the agreement and the effective date of the agreement. 7. The parties are reviewed and updated at least once every two years or if the agreement is amended. b) The NPR informs the committee in writing when a cooperation agreement with the provision is updated or denounced and, if necessary, presents the form of amendment to the cooperation agreement of the first instance authority and the revised cooperation agreement with the management authority with the board of directors and pays the fee set out in point 21.253 (fees). (6) are made available to anyone who requests it, and made available free of charge to any licensed pharmacist or pharmacist at the request of the pharmacist. (2) Identify the specialty in which the NPRC is certified. (5) Stored on the CRNP`s main medical site and a copy will be submitted to the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs. (4) Indicate the circumstances and how the cooperating physician will see the patient in person. (8) Include the amount of professional liability insurance that is covered by the NPRC.

3. Identify the categories of drugs from which the NPRC may prescribe or deliver in accordance with Section 8.3 (ii) of the Act (63 S.A. 218.3(a) (2) (ii)).