Sec. 17748c. Except for pharmaceuticals on the Michigan pharmaceutical product list maintained
by the department of community health, a pharmacist shall not compound a pharmaceutical
that is commercially available unless 1 of the following requirements is met:
(a) The commercially available pharmaceutical is modified to produce a significant
difference, in the professional judgment of the prescriber, between the compounded
pharmaceutical for the patient and the comparable commercially available pharmaceutical.
(b) The commercially available pharmaceutical is not available from normal distribution
channels in a timely manner to meet the patient's needs and the dispensing of the
compounded pharmaceutical has been approved by the prescriber and the patient. A pharmacist who compounds a commercially available pharmaceutical as provided in
this subdivision shall maintain documentation of the reason for the compounding.
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