Medicine Shoppe V Loretta Lynch

Medicine Shoppe V Loretta Lynch

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After reading the article in the required reading: “The medicine shoppe v. Loretta lynch, et al.: Pharmacists and prescribing physicians are equally liable.” Discuss the following:

  1. Identify and discuss the duties and responsibilities of a pharmacist toward a patient.
  2. Based upon your research and assessment of the case, did the pharmacist perform the required duties and uphold patient rights?
  3. Is the pharmacy at fault? Why or why not?
  4. What is the impact of the pharmacist’s actions on the patient and community?
  5. What precautions can be taken to ensure these types of incidents by allied professionals don’t happen to others? Should there be more regulations in place?
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Length: Submit a 3-page paper.

THE MEDICINE SHOPPE V. LORETTA LYNCH, ET AL.: PHARMACISTS AND PRESCRIBING PHYSICIANS ARE EQUALLY LIABLE Grass, Jeffrey C, JD, MS, ACLM . The Health Lawyer ; Chicago  Vol. 28, Iss. 3,  (Feb 2016): 28-37.

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Medicine Shoppe V Loretta Lynch

ABSTRACT

[…]Petitioners challenged the DEA’s interpretation of “legitimate medical purpose” under the Controlled Substances

Act (“CSA”) and the “corresponding responsibility” standard under DEA Regulation 21 C.F.R. § 1306.04(a) (2014) on

the grounds that these standards exceed the United States Attorney General’s and the DEA’s statutory authority

under the CSA.7 On December 16, 2015, the Court denied The Medicine Shoppe’s petition for review without

comment, thereby leaving open the question of whether or not the United States Attorney General may expand the

professional duty of pharmacists to require they either endorse or overrule the medical judgment of the prescribing

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