This morning the U.S. Supreme Court hears argument on the constitutionality of the President's so-called 'travel ban.' Whatever may be the pros and cons of this policy, we think it is well within the President's legal authority. So that's what we told the Court. ... See MoreSee Less
Is there a preferred way to drop off without exposing PHI/forfeiting HIPAA protections?
I would guess that it is helpful for those doing the disposal to know what the medications are that they're disposing of while it is also important for patients to preserve their HIPAA rights. But prescription bottles containing info about the medications also contain the info about the patient.
Getting these unused meds out of homes can actually save lives, so it is an extremely important program.
And having answers to those questions would likely make patients feel more comfortable dropping off.
So he is against Mary jane! Along with being against CBD. This man needs to be voted out! He is not good for Kansas!
"Nationwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates opioid overdoses kill 115 Americans every day. According to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, pharmaceutical opioids are a leading cause of drug poisoning deaths in Kansas." And STILL our fearless lawmakers refuse to recognize that in legal cannabis states the use and abuse of opioids lessen. SMH at the blindness of so many.
Why not have some pharmacies collect them year round? Are there "laws" in place preventing that?