Appointed by Governor: Arnold L. Amass, Pharm.D.; Elizabeth R. Bowerman; Lynette Renee Bradley-Baker, Ph.D.; Howard C. Cohen; Philip D. Noguchi, M.D.; Francis B. Palumbo, Esq., Ph.D.; two vacancies.
Appointed by Senate President: two vacancies
Appointed by House Speaker: Donald B. Elliott; David D. Rudolph.
Appointed by Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene: Frank T. Tetkoski; William Vaughn.
Representative of State Board of Pharmacy: Donald W. Taylor
Representative of Board of Directors, Maryland Health Insurance Plan: one vacancy
Contact: LaVerne G. Naesea
c/o State Board of Pharmacy
Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
201 West Preston St., Baltimore, MD 21201 - 2399
(410) 764-4794; 1-877-463-3464 (toll free, Maryland)
The Task Force on the Establishment of a Prescription Drug Repository Program was authorized in July 2005 (Chapter 310, Acts of 2005). Its charge was to weigh the merits of establishing a program to accept and use safe and unexpired surplus prescription drugs donated by pharmacies. The Task Force also recommended what types of drugs might be donated, and who might donate and who might receive drugs. In addition, the Task Force considered liability issues; and recommended what standards and procedures were needed to accept, inspect, store, and dispense donated drugs.
In 2006, the General Assembly established a Prescription Drug Repository Program (Chapter 287, Acts of 2006).
The Task Force submitted its final report to the Governor and General Assembly on July 1, 2006. Authorization for the Task Force ended June 30, 2006.
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