Recent Board Actions (May 23, 2018)

Date: 
Thursday, June 7, 2018

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At the May 23, 2018 meeting of the Iowa Board of Pharmacy (board), the following public actions were taken during open session:

Donald Wirtanen, DO entered into a Combined Order to Show Cause, Settlement Agreement, and Final Order restricting his Controlled Substance Act registration from prescribing, administering, or dispensing controlled substances for the treatment of chronic pain.

Larry Standing, DO entered into a Combined Order to Show Cause, Settlement Agreement, and Final Order restricting his Controlled Substance Act registration from prescribing, administering, or dispensing controlled substances for the treatment of chronic pain.

Michael E. Jones, MD entered into a Combined Order to Show Cause, Settlement Agreement, and Final Order restricting his Controlled Substance Act registration for the identical restrictions and the duration of his Memorandum of Agreement with the Drug Enforcement Agency.

Ryan Corell, Pharmacist entered into a Combined Statement of Charges, Settlement Agreement, and Final Order with the board indefinitely restricting the pharmacist from engaging in any compounding. The board issued a citation and warning for failing to ensure the legal operation of the pharmacy. The board further ordered a civil penalty of $2000 and completion of two hours of continuing education related to pharmacy law or ethics.

Mercy Family Pharmacy Regency entered into a Combined Statement of Charges, Settlement Agreement, and Final Order with the board indefinitely restricting the pharmacy from engaging in any compounding. The board ordered the pharmacy license be placed on probation for two years, subject to monthly self-inspections. The board further ordered a civil penalty of $5000.

Walgreens 4405 entered into a Settlement Agreement and Final Order with the board. The board placed the pharmacy license on probation for a period of two years, subject to monthly inventory and reconciliation requirements for controlled substances. The board further ordered a civil penalty of $5,000.

Skyline Pharmacy entered into a Settlement Agreement and Final Order with the board. The board issued a citation and warning for failing to ensure the legal operation of the pharmacy and ordered a civil penalty of $1000. The pharmacy agreed to discontinue services into Iowa prior to July 1, 2018, and agreed not to renew its nonresident pharmacy license for 2019.

Printed from the Iowa Board of Pharmacy website on December 02, 2021 at 10:23am.