98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
PHARMACY

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB2340Gosen, Don HB 23405/13/2016 Referred: Health Insurance
  5546H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Rx Card Program to provide prescription drug discounts to certain Medicare-eligible and uninsured Missouri residents
HB2406Jones, Caleb HB 24065/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6066H.01I - Allows pharmacists to exercise professional judgment in dispensing varying quantities of medication per fill when filling prescriptions for maintenance medication
HB2697Morris, Lynn HB 26973/30/2016 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
  6769H.01I - Establishes the Tricia Leann Tharp Act, which requires certain pharmacists to receive two hours of continuing education on suicide prevention
HB2737Pogue, Jeff HB 27375/13/2016 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
  6770H.01I - Prohibits pharmacies in the state from providing emergency contraceptives over the counter
HB2775McCreery, Tracy HB 27755/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6777H.01I - Allows a health care provider to transfer a long-acting reversible contraceptive to a patient other than the patient to whom it was initially prescribed in certain circumstances
HB1905Newman, Stacey HB 19055/13/2016 Referred: Children and Families
  4119H.01I - Establishes programs and services to increase preventative health care services in the state
HB1907Newman, Stacey HB 19075/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4111H.01I - Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any FDA-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy including emergency contraceptives without delay
HB1919Gardner, Kimberly HB 19195/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4285H.01I - Establishes the Death with Dignity Act to allow patients with terminal illnesses to end their life in a humane and dignified manner
HB1922Barnes, Jay HB 19225/13/2016 Referred: Health Insurance
  5451H.01I - Establishes a Prescription Abuse Registry
HB1866Hubrecht, Tila HCS HB 18663/29/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  4782H.02C - Changes provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses
HB1878Solon, Sheila HB 18781/27/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  5063H.02I - Changes the laws regarding the substitution by a pharmacist of an interchangeable biological product for a prescribed product
HB1852Rowland, Lyle HB 18524/28/2016 Second read and referred: Senate Veterans' Affairs and Health
  5312H.01P - Extends the termination date for provisions relating to refills for prescription eye drops
HB2045Morris, Lynn HCS HBs 2045 & 23164/21/2016 Second read and referred: Senate Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections
  5528H.03P - Delineates procedures to be used by pharmacy benefits managers with regard to maximum allowable cost lists and requires health carriers to offer medication synchronization services
HB1679Solon, Sheila HCS HB 16794/28/2016 Second read and referred: Senate Veterans' Affairs and Health
  4359H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the dispensing of contraceptives
HB1366Hubrecht, Tila SCS HCS HBs 1366 & 18784/20/2016 Executive Session Held (S)
  4897S.03C - Changes the laws regarding the substitution by a pharmacist of an interchangeable biological product for a prescribed product
HB1923Barnes, Jay HCS HB 19234/14/2016 Executive Session Held (S)
  4616H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the provision of telehealth services
HB1892Rehder, Holly HB 18925/12/2016 Placed on Informal Calendar
  4506H.01P - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act
HB2029Hoskins, Denny SS HCS HB 20296/8/2016 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5403S.05T - Changes the laws regarding step therapy for prescription drugs
HB1816Koenig, Andrew SS SCS HB 18167/5/2016 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  4462S.04T - Adds provisions relating to the Health Care Providers
HB1568Lynch, Steve HB 15686/21/2016 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  4495H.03T - Allows physicians to prescribe naloxone to any individual to administer, in good faith, to another individual suffering from an opioid-induced drug overdose