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Increasingly stringent U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration constraints and regulatory requirements have opened the door to “pill mill” doctors alleging defamation against pharmacists and retail pharmacies that refuse to fill their prescriptions. It is important for pharmacists to understand the legal ramifications of such allegations and what constitutes tortious interference in a civil suit. Using the landmark holding in LeFrock v. Walgreens and other cases, you’ll discover the extent of privilege between pharmacists and their patients, appropriate and inappropriate statements with regard to refusing to fill a prescription, and more.
At the completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants will be able to: