ASK THE BUSINESS LICENSE GURU

By David Yount

Question:

“Which states require Nonresident PIC licensing?”

Answer:

Which states require a nonresident pharmacy’s Pharmacist-in-Charge (“PIC”) to be licensed through that state’s Board of Pharmacy?

Currently, the following states require a nonresident pharmacy PIC to be licensed in their state: Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. As of September 1, 2016, Texas will join the aforementioned states in requiring a Texas licensed PIC for a nonresident pharmacy.

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