generic substitution, especially for drugs with multiple brand names

Prescribers often get phone calls from pharmacists about generic substitution, especially for drugs with multiple brand names.

The issue is that each state has a product selection law that determines what a pharmacist can automatically substitute.

For example, Alaska, California, and Oklahoma allow generics that are the same drug, strength, form, and route.

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