a. A practitioner practicing in this State shall use non-reproducible, non-erasable
safety paper New Jersey Prescription Blanks bearing that practitioner's license number
whenever the practitioner issues prescriptions for controlled dangerous substances,
prescription legend drugs or other prescription items. The prescription blanks shall be secured from a vendor approved by the Division
of Consumer Affairs in the Department of Law and Public Safety.
b. A licensed practitioner practicing in this State shall maintain a record of the
receipt of New Jersey Prescription Blanks. The practitioner shall notify the Office of Drug Control in the Division of Consumer
Affairs as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours of being made aware that any
New Jersey Prescription Blank in the practitioner's possession has been stolen. Upon receipt of notification, the Office of Drug Control shall take appropriate
action, including notification to the Department of Human Services and the Attorney
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