On June 13, 2019, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation repealing a Public Health Law provision which allowed exemptions from school vaccination requirements based upon a parent’s or guardian’s religious beliefs.
As part of New York’s efforts to curb opioid abuse, Governor Cuomo recently signed legislation to amend New York State Public Health Law §3331, which will take effect on July 22, 2016. Restrictions have been put in place to limit initial narcotic prescriptions to seven days.
MLMIC posts information on its blog to assist policyholders in complying with the e-prescribing mandate. In addition, we want to share with you a new article about the challenges New York providers face regarding the pending implementation date.
Applications for waivers to New York State’s mandatory electronic prescribing law are available ahead of the mandate’s March 27, 2016, start date.