Pharmacists, pharmacy interns and pharmacy technicians may transfer a prescription containing a Schedule II controlled substance with any other drug that is a non-scheduled prescription drug to another prescription form under Tennessee Pharmacy Practice Act.

True, [Tennessee Pharmacy Practice Act of 1996 63-10-215].

(a). Pharmacists, pharmacy interns and pharmacy technicians may transfer a prescription containing a Schedule Il controlled substance with any other drug that is a non-scheduled prescription drug to another prescription form under Tennessee Pharmacy Practice Act.

(b). The transfer authorized in subsection (a) may be accomplished by scanning, photocopying or transcribing, by hand or other means, and shall include all information regarding each drug or supply being transferred.

(c). The prescription generated in a pharmacy by the transfer process shall not be required to be on tamper-resistant prescription paper.

(d). The prescription generated in a pharmacy utilizing the transfer process shall be recognized as a valid, legal prescription order and shall serve as the original prescription for recordkeeping and other purposes.