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					 KENTUCKY
ELECTRONIC
MONITORING
  OF PSE
 JUNE 10, 2008
       KENTUCKY TIMELINE
   MARCH 2005, GOVERNOR ERNIE
    FLETCHER SIGNS SENATE BILL 63
   RESTRICTS THE SALE OF PSE TO
    PHARMACIES
   REQUIRES IDENTIFICATION AND
    LOG BOOK ETC.
         NOVEMBER 2005
   KENTUCKY BEGINS PILOT WITH
    APPRISS AND THE METHCHECK
    PRODUCT IN LAUREL COUNTY
    KENTUCKY
   COUNTY OF 50,000
   14 PHARMACIES PARTICIPATED
   OPERATION UNITE, LAW
    ENFORCEMENT PARTNER
         Laurel County Lab
First week of Pilot
          Laurel County Lab
   A working lab
                  Pilot Results
   Pharmacies
    • Participation by major chains
         Kroger, CVS, Rite-Aid, others
    • Participation by small independents
    • Very positively received because they
      can eliminate their manual logs
             JULY 2007
   KENTUCKY OFFICE OF DRUG
    CONTROL POLICY AND “KASPER”
    (STATE PMP) PARTNER TO TAKE
    PILOT STATEWIDE
   KASPER PROVIDES START UP FUNDS
           AUGUST 2007
   PROCESS OF WRITING
    ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS
    BEGINS
   KENTUCKY CHOOSES TO BLOCK
    VIOLATIONS AT THE POINT OF SALE
   OVERRIDE FEATURE PROVIDED
   DENIED CUSTOMERS CAN CALL
    ODCP FOR EXPLANATION
    STAKEHOLDERS PROVIDING
        INPUT INCLUDED
   ODCP
   KASPER
   BOARD OF PHARMACY
   KENTUCKY PHARMACISTS
    ASSOCIATION
   KENTUCKY RETAIL FEDERATION
            JANUARY, 2008

   KAR 1:160 ARE ADOPTED BY
    GENERAL ASSEMBLY
   http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/906/001/
    160.htm
   PHARMACIES ARE REQUIRED TO
    BEGIN ELECTRONIC REPORTING BY
    JUNE 1, 2008
          JANUARY 2008
   INTRODUCTORY LETTER SENT TO
    PIC AT ALL RETAIL INDEPENDANTS
    EXPLAINING PROGRAM
   CHAIN STORES ARE CONTACTED
    THROUGH THEIR CORPORATE
    OFFICES
         FEBRUARY 2008
   CONDUCT THE FIRST OF 16
    VOLUNTARY TRAININGS AT 8
    LOCATIONS
   LETTERS ARE SENT 2-4 WEEKS
    PRIOR TO TRAINING IN THEIR
    GEOGRAPHIC AREA
   TRAINING IS APPROVED FOR 1
    HOUR CEU
            APRIL 2008
   DEA SENDS LETTER TO ODCP
    INTERPERTING CMEA
   ALLOWS FOR PAPER SIGNATURE
    ACCOMPIANIED BY TRANSACTION
    NUMBER
   ALL OTHER DATA CAPTURED
    ELECTRONICALLY
         DEFINED ROLES
   ODCP PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR
    PHARMACIES DURING OFFICE
    HOURS
   APPRISS PROVIDES AFTER HOURS
    SUPPORT
   ODCP HANDLES COMPLAINTS AND
    POLICY QUESTIONS
   SOME CHAINS PROVIDE BASIC
    SUPPORT TO THEIR STORES
    VOLUME OF CALLS TO ODCP
     DURING IMPLEMENTATION
   MARCH 2008, AVERAGE 6-8 DAILY
   APRIL 2008, AVERAGE 10-20
   MAY 2008      AVERAGE 20-30
   JUNE (1st week 2008 AVERAGE 20-
    30
TYPES OF CALLS RECEIVED
   COMPLAINTS ABOUT HAVING TO
    USE THE SYSTEM 5%
   CLARIFICATION ON HOW THE
    SYSTEM WILL WORK 20%
   PASSWORD RESETS 30%
   ASSIST WITH LOGGING ON. HOW
    DO I GET SET UP? ETC. 40%
   PURCHASE DENIALS 5%
       LAW ENFORCEMENT
   MAY 2008
   TRAINED STATE POLICE DRUG
    ENFORCEMENT UNITS ON SYSTEM
   14 MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL DRUG
    TASK FORCES
   OTHER SELECT AGENCIES ACTIVE IN
    PRECURSER INVESTIGATIONS
   ONE USER ACCOUNT PER AGENCY
   ADDITIONAL USERS CAN BE ADDED
    OR DELETED BY AGENCY HEAD OR
    DESIGNEE
   OTHER POLICE AGENCIES WILL BE
    ADDED IN LATE JUNE/JULY
       LESSONS LEARNED
   USE A VARIETY OF
    COMMMUNICATION METHODS
   MAIL, E-MAIL, PUBLICATIONS,
    ASSOCIATIONS, MEDIA
   PREPARE FOR INFLUX OF CALLS FOR
    TWO DAYS AFTER A TRAINING
   TRAININGS CLOSER TO REQUIRED
    DATE
KEY ODCP SUPPORT STAFF SHOULD
HAVE ATTENDED AS MANY REGIONAL
 TRAININGS AS POSSIBLE
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ALL
 INVOLVED IS CRUCIAL TO SUCCESS
  CONTACT INFORMATION
VAN INGRAM
125 HOLMES St.
FRANKFORT KY 40601
502-564-8291 (office)
502-229-7171 (cell)
Van.ingram@ky.gov

				
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