Washington State Prescription Pads and Paper
A new state law passed in 2009 to combat unauthorized, improperly altered and counterfeit prescriptions. ( RCW 18.65.400) Starting July 1, 2010, all prescriptions written in Washington State must be on board-approved tamper-resistant prescription paper or pads (TRPP). State of Washington RCW 69.41.120 requires that: the words DISPENSE AS WRITTEN must appear under the signature line on the RIGHT SIDE of the script. The words SUBSTITUTION PERMITTED must appear under the signature line on the LEFT SIDE of the script. Starting July 1, 2010, all medication prescribers must use approved paper. The new Washington State Prescription Paper and Washington State Prescription Pads are designed to reduce fraud and include a special seal from the Board of Pharmacy.
STARTING MAY 1ST 2017 WASHINGTON STATE INTRODUCED A NEW LOGO
TAYLOR-MADE PRINTING, INC. NOW FULFILLS ALL ORDERS WITH THIS LOGO.