1 Year Subscription: State-specific General Collaborative Practice Agreement Templates


1 Year Subscription: State-specific General Collaborative Practice Agreement Templates


Bula's State-specific General Collaborative Practice Agreement Templates for pharmacies help clients quickly develop their businesses by utilizing these pre-written policies, procedures and forms created by the Bula team.

A Collaborative Practice Agreement is a document, signed by a certified physician, authorizing a pharmacy to provide specific services to patients without individual prescriptions. 

Laws for CPAs vary by state.

These General CPA Templates provide pharmacies with state-specific, physician-ready CPAs, which allow certified pharmacists to administer services without individual prescriptions in your state. The Templates provide pharmacies with a quick and convenient way to secure their CPA.

NOTE: Bula's template subscriptions are active for 12 months, so you can take advantage of any changes during that time.

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    1. At checkout, select the state for which you want the General CPA template. If you want more than one state's template, you must add another state to the shopping cart as a separate product. One state is to be chosen for each product added to the cart.

    2. Purchase of this subscription makes you eligible to download the state-specific General CPA template as many times as desired in one year (12 months from date of purchase).

    3. After your purchase, Bula will email you with the purchased document(s) enclosed.

    4. It is the customer's responsibility to contact Bula throughout the year subscription to request any updates.

    *Providing that you do not make any substantive changes to the template provided, Bula represents and warrants that the Template is in compliance with state laws and regulations.

    The Collaborative Practice Agreements shall affirm that, other than one representation provided by Bula, Bula will not make any representations of warranties, and has no responsibility or liability for the quality, reliability, or content of the Template Agreements. We advise consulting a local attorney familiar with your state’s laws to determine if any changes are required to update the document in order to meet your state’s laws.