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               (See also DRUGS; HEALTH CARE; PHARMACIES AND PHARMACISTS)
Add-on automotive adaptive equipment for veterans and armed forces members with disabilities, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1831, SB 5072, * SSB 5072, CH 211 (2013)
Biological products, by prescription, adding provisions concerning dispensing of interchangeable biosimilar products: HB 1528, HB 2326, SB 5469, SB 6091
Compounding, drugs for distribution to licensed persons or commercial entities for resale or distribution, defining "manufacture" in relation to: * HB 1800, CH 146 (2013)
Controlled substances act, certain provisions, state preemption of local government laws and ordinances: SHB 2144, HB 2638
Controlled substances, possession without prescription, downgrading to misdemeanor: HB 2116
Defibrillators, medical emergency response and automated external defibrillator program for high schools: HB 1556, * SHB 1556, CH 181 (2013), SB 5232, SB 5428
Dextromethorphan, finished drug products containing, retail sale requirements: HB 2163, SHB 2163, * 2SHB 2163, CH 64 (2014), SB 6032
EPI pens, in schools, technical correction to law: * SB 6013, CH 34 (2014)
EPI pens, placing in schools: * ESB 5104, CH 268 (2013)
EPI pens, prescribing by providers, authorization and conditions in certain cases: SB 6584
EPI pens, use by good samaritan at scene of emergency, immunity from liability for: SB 6229
Epinephrine autoinjectors, in schools, technical correction to law: * SB 6013, CH 34 (2014)
Epinephrine autoinjectors, placing in schools: HB 1578, * ESB 5104, CH 268 (2013)
Epinephrine autoinjectors, prescribing by providers, authorization and conditions in certain cases: SB 6584
Epinephrine autoinjectors, use by good samaritan at scene of emergency, immunity from liability for: SB 6229
Eye drops, for treating glaucoma, early refill of prescription: SB 6575
Health departments, local, drug and device dispensing policies and procedures: EHB 1538
Hydrocodone combination products, allowing use by optometrists: HB 2173, SB 6038
Involuntary medication, maintaining competency restoration of criminally insane: HB 2195, * SHB 2195, CH 10 (2014), SB 6311, SSB 6311
Medical device and biotechnology manufacturing businesses, tax deferrals for investment projects, apprentice utilization requirement: HB 1023, SHB 1023, SB 5393
Medical device and biotechnology manufacturing businesses, tax deferrals for investment projects, prevailing wage requirement: HB 1025, SHB 1025, SB 5395
Medical device and biotechnology manufacturing businesses, tax deferrals for investment projects, resident workers requirement: HB 1026, SB 5394
Nasal spray, administration by school employees: HB 1541, * SHB 1541, CH 180 (2013)
Prescription drug manufacturers, participation in prescription donation for uninsured persons, including immunity provisions: HB 1382, SHB 1382, SB 5148, * SSB 5148, CH 260 (2013)
Prescription drugs and devices, duty of pharmacy to facilitate delivery, requirements: SB 5934
Prescription drugs and devices, pharmacy duty to refer patient to another pharmacy in certain cases, requirements: SB 5934
Prescription drugs and supplies, donated, authorizing dispensing to uninsured persons: HB 1382, SHB 1382, SB 5148, * SSB 5148, CH 260 (2013)
Prescription drugs, controlled substances, electronic communication of prescription or refill authorization: HB 1155, SHB 1155, SB 5416, * SSB 5416, CH 276 (2013)
Prescription drugs, including daily cost-sharing rate, medication synchronization, and prorated dispensing fees: SB 6367
Prescription drugs, insurer or utilization review entity clinical review criteria, allowing off-label uses and repeat prescriptions: HB 1943
Prescription drugs, legend drug act, including pharmacists: * HB 1182, CH 71 (2013), SHB 1182
Prescription drugs, mental health prescriptions, assuring inclusion in patient's electronic medical record: SB 6360
Prescription drugs, ninety-day supply limit, placing conditions on dispensing in keeping with: HB 1583, SB 5459, * SSB 5459, CH 262 (2013)
Prescription drugs, prior authorization process, work group to develop criteria for streamlining: * E2SSB 5267, CH 215 (2013)
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management: SSB 5213, * 2SSB 5213, CH 261 (2013)
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management process: HB 1637
Prescription drugs, through medicaid managed care, enrollee prescription review process: SB 5213
Prescription drugs, warehousing and reselling, repealing preferential business and occupation tax rate to provide basic education and higher education funding: ESHB 2034, HB 2038, ESHB 2038
Prescription drugs, warehousing and reselling, repealing preferential business and occupation tax rate to provide basic education funding: HB 2796, SB 6574
Prescription monitoring database, access for clinical laboratories: EHB 1593, SB 5772
Prescription monitoring program, department of health, funding program entirely from medicaid fraud penalty account: * HB 1565, CH 36 (2013), SB 5493
Prescription monitoring program, department of health, integrating into coordinated care electronic tracking program: SB 5554
Prescriptions written by physician and osteopathic physician assistants in other states, authorizing pharmacies to fill: HB 1596, SB 5524, * SSB 5524, CH 12 (2013)
Rehabilitation technology products and services, complex, adoption of regulations by managed care plans within medical assistance program: HB 1445, SHB 1445
Rehabilitation technology products and services, complex, health care authority to establish separate recognition within medical assistance program: * E2SHB 1445, CH 178 (2013)
Student medications, administration by unlicensed school employees: HB 2366, * SB 6128, CH 204 (2014) PV