Not in force
8.1.2. No pharmacist may sell a medication covered by the basic plan to a person covered by that plan at any other price than the price the pharmacist paid. In the case of a compounded medication, a parenteral therapy, an ophthalmic solution or any other medication requiring preparation, the price that the pharmacist paid includes the cost of all the ingredients used in the preparation and the fees of the compounding pharmacist.
No compounding pharmacist who, at the request of another pharmacist, prepares a compounded medication, a parenteral therapy, an ophthalmic solution or any other medication requiring preparation may sell such a medication to that other pharmacist at any other price than the price paid by the basic plan, or bill that other pharmacist, if the person concerned is covered by the public plan, for fees other than those established according to the tariffs determined in the agreement under section 19 of the Health Insurance Act (chapter A-29).