The Bureau of Professional Licensing has determined that physicians may delegate limited prescribing authority to pharmacists to allow them to prescribe self-administered, hormonal contraceptives. This is permissible under Michigan law, subject to certain conditions and requirements outlined in this Interpretive Statement. If a physician and pharmacist(s) choose to enter into a delegation agreement to allow the pharmacist(s) to prescribe self-administered, hormonal contraceptives, they may wish to review and consider this Sample Delegation Agreement for Pharmacist-Prescribed Self-Administered, Hormonal Contraceptives.
If you have questions about this topic you may wish to review the documents linked below, or you can email them to BPLhelp@michigan.gov.
Links to documents:
Delegation Agreement Template
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)