Pharmacist to Technician Ratio in Ohio?

Is there a pharmacist-to-technician ratio requirement in Ohio?

Response from PharmTechPros: Ohio's Board of Pharmacy doesn't make this information readily available on their website. So we called them today (March 6, 2013), and they say that because they do not license pharmacy technicians, they have no minimum ratio requirement of pharmacists to technicians.

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