Georgia H.B. 209 repealed the requirement to have the Georgia Board of Pharmacy seal imprinted on all prescriptions.

Posted by Gary Lucas on 22nd Dec 2013

Some pharmacists in Georgia have questioned the validity of prescriptions written on security paper that does not include the GA Board of Pharmacy seal along with batch and serial numbers.  

On July 1, 2013, the new law went into effect that eliminated this requirement.  Any security paper that meets Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) standards is acceptable for prescriptions in the state of Georgia.

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