The Kansas Pharmacy Board is authorized to provide data in the prescription monitoring program to the:
 
I. An individual who requests the individual's own prescription monitoring information.
 
II. Designated representatives from the department of health and environment regarding authorized Medicaid program recipients.
 
III. Persons authorized to prescribe or dispense scheduled substances and drugs of concern, for the purpose of providing medical or pharmaceutical care for their patients.
 
a. I only
b. I and II only
c. II and III only
d. All

Answer: (d) All, [Kansas Pharmacy Practice Act Article 16 Chapter 65 Sec. 65-1685(c)].
 
The board is hereby authorized to provide data in the prescription monitoring program to the following persons:
 
(1). Persons authorized to prescribe or dispense scheduled substances and drugs of concern, for the purpose of providing medical or pharmaceutical care for their patients;
 
(2). an individual who requests the individual's own prescription monitoring information in accordance with procedures established by the board;
 
(3). designated representatives from the professional licensing, certification or regulatory agencies charged with administrative oversight of those persons engaged in prescribing or dispensing of scheduled substances and drugs of concern;
 
(4). local, state and federal law enforcement or prosecutorial officials engaged in the administration, investigation or enforcement of the laws governing scheduled substances and drugs of concern subject to the requirements in K.S.A. 22-2502 and amendments thereto;
 
(5). designated representatives from the department of health and environment regarding authorized Medicaid program recipients;
 
(6). persons authorized by a grand jury subpoena, inquisition subpoena or court order in a criminal action;
 
(7). personnel of the prescription monitoring program advisory committee for the purpose of operation of the program;
 
(8). personnel of the board for purposes of administration and enforcement of this act or the uniform controlled substances act, K.S.A. 65-4101 et seq., and amendments thereto.
 
(9). persons authorized to prescribe or dispense scheduled substances and drugs of concern, when an individual is obtaining prescriptions in a manner that appears to be misuse, abuse or diversion of scheduled substances or drugs of concern; and
 
(10). medical examiners, coroners or other persons authorized under law to investigate or determine causes of death.