Dispensing License Regulations by State

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  • Alabama: Dispensing license: $100

  • Arkansas: Dispensing license: only 72-hour supply for emergencies, once licensed, can dispense as desired

  • Arizona: Dispensing license: $200

  • California: No license required

  • Colorado: No license required

  • Connecticut: No dispensing license required but $10 controlled substance license required (www.state.ct.us.dcp/)

  • Delaware: No license required

  • Florida: Dispensing license: $100

  • Georgia: No license required

  • Hawaii: No license required

  • Iowa: Dispensing license: $50 for 2 years

  • Idaho: Dispensing license: $60

  • Illinois: No dispensing license required. Physicians may store and dispense drugs under their individual CS license. The individual CS license must be issued to the facility address where the drugs will be stored.

  • Indiana: Dispensing license: $20

  • Kansas: No license required

  • Kentucky: No license required

  • Louisiana: Dispensing license: $75 plus background check

  • Massachusetts: No license required; only 72-hour supply for emergencies

  • Maryland: Dispensing license: $1100

  • Maine: No license required

  • Michigan: Dispensing license: $85 for 3 years

  • Minnesota: No license required

  • Missouri: Dispensing license: $90

  • Mississippi: No license required

  • Montana: Physician dispensing not allowed

  • North Carolina: Dispensing license: $50

  • North Dakota: No license required

  • Nebraska: No license required

  • New Hampshire: No license required

  • New Jersey: No license required

  • New Mexico: No license required

  • Nevada: Dispensing license: $300 for clinic and $50 for each physician, plus has to be registered as a Worker’s Comp. physician

  • New York: Physician dispensing not allowed

  • Ohio: Managed care, no physician reimbursement, no license

  • Oklahoma: No license required

  • Oregon: Physicians must complete an Application for Registration as a Dispensing Physician

  • Pennsylvania: No license required

  • Rhode Island: No license required

  • South Carolina: Dispensing license: $100

  • South Dakota: Dispensing license: no fee

  • Tennessee: No license required

  • Texas: Physician dispensing not allowed

  • Utah: Physician dispensing not allowed

  • Virginia: Dispensing license: $200 plus inspection

  • Vermont: No license required

  • Washington: No license required

  • Washington D.C.: Dispensing license: no fee upon mayoral approval

  • Wisconsin: No license required

  • West Virginia: Dispensing license: $35 for 2 years

  • Wyoming: Dispensing license: $10

  • The following lists are states in which physician dispensing is prohibited or have no reimbursement:

  • Montana: Physician dispensing not allowed

  • New York: Physician dispensing not allowed

  • Ohio: Managed care, no physician reimbursement, no license

  • Texas: Physician dispensing not allowed

  • Utah: Physician dispensing not allowed

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