Pharmacy Commission

Pharmacy Commission Laws and Rules

New Rules adopted by Commission


Chapter 246-945 WAC - Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission

Chapter 246-11 WAC - Model procedural rules for boards

Chapter 246-12 WAC - Administrative Procedures and Requirements for Credentialed Health Care Providers

Chapter 246-15 WAC - Whistleblower Complaints in Health Care Settings

Chapter 246-16 WAC - Standards of professional conduct

Chapter 246-470 WAC - Prescription Monitoring Program

Chapter 246-907 WAC - License Periods and Fees

Chapter 246-978 WAC - Death With Dignity Act Requirements

Washington Pharmacy Quality Assurance Drug Schedules

Schedule I controlled substances WAC 246-945-051
Effective as of July 1, 2020

Schedule II controlled substances WAC 246-945-043
Effective as of July 1, 2020

Schedule II controlled substances WAC 246-945-052
Effective as of July 1, 2020

Schedule II Immediate precursors WAC 246-945-053
Effective as of July 1, 2020

Schedule III controlled substances WAC 246-945-054
Effective as of July 1, 2020

Schedule IV controlled substances WAC 246-945-055
Effective as of July 1, 2020

Schedule V controlled substances WAC 246-945-056
Effective as of May 29, 2022

MPJE Study Guide (PDF)

Rules in Progress webpage

Former WAC Chapters

Revised Codes of Washington

Recent Rule and Law Changes

Federal Regulation and Codified Controlled Substance Act - Title 21 CFR, Part 1300 - 1399

List of Interchangeable Biological Products, including biosimilar products licensed by the Federal Drug Administration under the Public Health Service Act.

Dextromethorphan product list over the counter products for which a retailer must verify the age of purchasers unless their outward appearance is reasonably presumed to be 25 years of age or older. List updated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) daily.

RCWs/WACs Search

Revised Code of Washington (RCW) or statute is current laws enacted by the Washington State Legislature, and signed by the governor, or enacted via the initiative process.

Washington Administrative Code (WAC) or rules are adopted by an agency or regulatory body (Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission) with specific authority granted by the legislature (in statute) to engage in rule making. Similar to legislation and the Constitution, rules are a source of primary law in Washington state.