2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 12 - Professions and Occupations
Article 42.5 - Pharmacists, Pharmacy Businesses, and Pharmaceuticals
Part 6 - Collaborative Pharmacy Practice
§ 12-42.5-601. Definitions
As used in this part 6:
(1) (a) "Collaborative pharmacy practice agreement" means a written and signed agreement entered into voluntarily between one or more pharmacists licensed pursuant to this article and one or more physicians or advanced practice nurses licensed in this state, which statement grants authority to the pharmacist or pharmacists to provide evidence-based health care services to one or more patients pursuant to a specific treatment protocol delegated to a pharmacist or pharmacists by the physician or advanced practice nurse.
(b) A "collaborative pharmacy practice agreement" may also mean a statewide drug therapy protocol developed by the board, the Colorado medical board, and the state board of nursing in collaboration with the department of public health and environment for public health care services.
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