Friday, June 24, 2011

Unlimited Rx transfers allowed in Ohio again (started June 16)

The same group that enacted a new rule in Ohio that forbid pharmacists to transfer a prescription more than one time reversed themselves earlier this month by voting to change the language of the rule about Rx transfers back to what it was before Jan. 1, 2011 when the limit was enacted.

As of June 16, 2011, Ohio residents can again transfer their prescriptions (most of them) as often as they need to or want to.  The only exception are controlled substances (narcotics) which are mandated to a  one-transfer limit by federal rules.

For details, see .

And keep a look out for a lot more Rx coupons to show up soon.

Keep in mind many pharmacies accept coupons from competitors as listed at .