Florida Senate - 2019                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. SB 104
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              

       The Committee on Health Policy (Book and Harrell) recommended
       the following:
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete lines 185 - 198
    4  and insert:
    5         (5) DONOR ELIGIBILITY.—
    6         (a) The centralized repository or a local repository may
    7  accept a donation of a prescription drug or supply from:
    8         1. Nursing home facilities with closed drug delivery
    9  systems.
   10         2. Hospices that have maintained control of a patient’s
   11  prescription drugs.
   12         3. Hospitals with closed drug delivery systems.
   13         4. Pharmacies.
   14         5. Drug manufacturers or wholesale distributors.
   15         6. Medical device manufacturers or suppliers.
   16         7. Prescribers who receive prescription drugs or supplies
   17  directly from a drug manufacturer, wholesale distributor, or
   18  pharmacy.
   19         (b) In addition to the donors specified in paragraph (a), a
   20  local repository that qualifies as a free clinic or nonprofit
   21  health clinic may accept a donation from a patient or a
   22  patients legal representative or next of kin if the following
   23  requirements are met:
   24         1. An affidavit, in a format approved by the department,
   25  signed by the donor must accompany the donation, identify the
   26  prescribing health care practitioner, and attest to the
   27  authenticity of the prescription drug or medical supply being
   28  donated;
   29         2. The prescription drug or medical supply being donated is
   30  in its original tamper-evident packaging, in accordance with
   31  subparagraph (6)(b)1., and does not have any physical signs of
   32  tampering, misbranding, deterioration, compromised integrity, or
   33  adulteration;
   34         3. Any drug being donated has an expiration date that is
   35  more than 3 months after the date of the donation; and
   36         4. A licensed pharmacist inspects the prescription drug or
   37  medical supply and can attest to the authenticity of the donated
   38  prescription drug or medical supply and that it meets the
   39  requirements of this paragraph.
   41  Prescription drugs and supplies accepted under this paragraph
   42  are exempt from subparagraph (6)(b)3. but are subject to all
   43  other applicable requirements of subsections (6) and (7).
   44         (c) Donations of prescription drugs or supplies may not be
   45  accepted by the centralized repository or a local repository
   46  from any donor not authorized under this subsection.
   48  ================= T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T ================
   49  And the title is amended as follows:
   50         Between lines 9 and 10
   51  insert:
   52         authorizing certain local repositories to accept a
   53         donation from specified persons under certain
   54         conditions; prohibiting a centralized repository or a
   55         local repository from accepting donations from
   56         unauthorized donors;