Notification of psychotropic medication prescriptions and long-term care facilities
|Title:||Notification of psychotropic medication prescriptions and long-term care facilities: report to the Legislative Assembly, Senate Human Services Committee, House Human Services and Housing Committee : recommendations of the HB 3262 Advisory Committee concerning HB 3262, from the 2017 legislative session.|
|Alternative Title:||Report to the Legislative Assembly Senate Human Services Committee, House Human Services and Housing Committee.|
|Alternative Title:||Recommendations of the HB 3262 Advisory Committee concerning HB 3262, from the 2017 legislative session.|
Oregon HB 3262 Advisory Committee,, issuing body.
Oregon Legislative Assembly. Senate. Human Services Committee,, addressee.
Oregon Legislative Assembly. House of Representatives. Human Services and Housing Committee,, addressee.
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Extent:||1 online resource (18 pages)|
Title from PDF title page (viewed on January 22, 2018).
"HB 3262 was designed to ensure primary care providers (PCPs) are aware of any psychotropic medications prescribed to residents in their care. The bill outlines a process for informing a PCP if another medical provider prescribes a psychotropic medication to a resident under the PCP's care"--Page 1.
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Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Long-term care facilities -- Oregon
Older people -- Medical care -- Oregon
Drugs -- Prescribing -- Oregon
Psychotropic drugs -- Oregon
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