37-7-306. Clinical pharmacist practitioner qualifications. (1) A clinical pharmacist practitioner is a licensed pharmacist in good standing who:
(a) is certified by the board, in concurrence with the board of medical examiners, to provide drug therapy management, including initiating, modifying, or discontinuing therapies, identifying and managing drug-related problems, or ordering tests under the direction or supervision of a prescriber;
(b) has additional education, experience, or certification as required by the board in concurrence with the board of medical examiners; and
(c) has in place a collaborative pharmacy practice agreement.
(2) Only a pharmacist certified by the board may legally be identified as a clinical pharmacist practitioner.