The California’s Board of Pharmacy voted to again delay implementing a state plan requiring electronic pedigrees for all prescription drugs

In March, the California’s Board of Pharmacy voted to again delay implementing a state plan requiring electronic pedigrees for all prescription drugs as they move through the supply chain, beginning with the manufacturers. The new effective date will be 2011 (originally 2007). To read the full decision, click here. To read an article about pedigree regulation, click here.

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