Basic license applications will go through 16 days faster on average with move to electronic processing
Ohio State Board of Pharmacy
Amanda Bound, Berena Seifert, Kevin Mitchell, Mark Keeley, Sharon Prentice, David Gallagher, Susan King, Yolanda Freeman, Beverly Wilkinson, Karen Prather, Michael Clark, Cameron McNamee, Rachel Collins, Erika
Curtis, Angie Hunter, Andrea Wagner, Chandra Galante, Teri Gardner (OhioMHAS)
A lack of standardization in the licensing process led to communication and process breakdowns – delaying the issuing of licenses and causing frustration among customers and staff.
Created a simpler application to ensure higher initial quality. Online system will not accept incomplete applications. Paper use will be significantly reduced.
Clearly defined roles and expectations. • Reduction of classifications and better definitions will add efficiency and clarity. • Barcode system will automate the tracking of records.
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Reduced from 18 pages to 4 pages
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Reduced mailing, printing, paper, envelopes
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Posted June 30, 2015
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