(a) Practitioner/Pharmacist must directly supervise the person(s) to whom access authority is delegated;
(b) Practitioner/Pharmacist, as holder of the master account for Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) access, is responsible for delegate's use of the PMP;
(c) The authorized delegate is responsible for any and all breaches of the Prescription Monitoring Act (PMA) and agrees to take responsibility for any violation of the Act;
(d) The number of delegated accounts must be limited to the minimum necessary to provide appropriate medical treatment for a bona fide patient of the practitioner.
Practitioner/Pharmacist may delegate authority to access the PMP to no more than 3 delegate accounts;
(e) Practitioner must re-confirm once a year during a delegate reverification process;
(f) Practitioner/Pharmacist, as a master account holder, is responsible for deactivating delegate account upon delegate termination or when delegate access to the PMP is no longer needed.
(g) Delegates must create their own PMP account. PMP accounts cannot be shared between a supervisor and a delegate. PMP usernames and passwords should not be shared with anyone, and should only be known by the account holder.