Kansas Dispensing Regulations
Note: PharmaLink has compiled the information below for reference only. State dispensing regulations change frequently and we recommend consulting an attorney or your state medical or pharmacy board with specific questions or to verify your eligibility to dispense.
Physicians and Physician Assistants in Kansas may dispense non-controlled legend drugs to their patients, so long as they meet all labeling requirements and follow all state and federal regulations. Physicians dispensing controlled substances must apply for a controlled substance registration permit and pay a fee. More information on the specific requirements for physician dispensing can be found here.
Dispensing medications to your patients in Kansas offers numerous benefits, including generating additional revenue, improving patient compliance and satisfaction, and reduced pharmacy callbacks, freeing up your staff for other tasks. Patients love saving money and a trip to the pharmacy!
PharmaLink offers a turnkey physician dispensing solution for Kansas physicians and other practitioners, making it quick and easy to set up your own in-office pharmacy. We provide all the medications, equipment, and software needed to dispense; all you provide is an internet-connected computer and black and white printer. Our knowledgeable staff will help you every step of the way to ensure your program is successful. You can learn more about our Cash and Carry Dispensing, Workers’ Compensation Dispensing, and Insurance Billing dispensing solutions at the links provided.
If you are planning to carry controlled substances, you can rest easy. PharmaLink’s software automatically captures and submits all required information to state Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) on behalf of our customers in all states where we currently operate.
If you have specific questions about dispensing regulations in Kansas or our services, or if you’re ready to get started, you can contact us here and a PharmaLink representative will reach out to you shortly.