(d) If the Common Practice Agreement includes one (1) or more prescribers who are either Advanced Nurse Practitioners (APNs) or Medical Assistants (PAs), the Attending Physician, who is primarily responsible for the oversight of the AFN or PA, must also approve and sign the Common Pharmacy Practice Agreement. The attending physician can only approve a collaborative pharmacy contract of an APN or PA if the benefits approved in the agreement are included in the attending physician`s routine services in the physician`s office. A prescribing author who enters into common pharmacy practice agreements must be available, if necessary, to consult the pharmacist or pharmacists. (e) pharmacists and prescribers` bodies which conclude agreements on the common pharmaceutical practice shall keep a copy of the written agreement on the common practice of pharmacy in their places of practice. (f) agreements on common practice in pharmacy shall be reviewed and renewed at least every two years. (c) a single prescriber, who is licensed in that State, or one (1) or more prescribers licensed in that State in an organized medical group, as described in the definition of the Agreement on the Common Practice of Pharmacists in Article 63-10-204, may employ pharmacists for the purpose of providing patient care services, in accordance with an agreement on the common practice of pharmacy within the meaning of Article 63-10-204; for the benefit of a patient or a patient of this doctor or doctor prescribing in this organized medical group. No retail pharmacy may employ a prescribing physician to maintain, justify or enter into a contract of cooperation with a patient. Nothing prevents a pharmacy or pharmacist or a group of pharmacists from practising or entering into a professional contract with a physician or licensed physician for the purpose of conducting quality assurance tests of their pharmacists working in the practice of collaborative drug therapy. (b) the agreement on the common practice of pharmacy defines the nature and extent of the patient care to be provided by the pharmacist. The prescriber(s) entering into the contract retain final authority over the extent of services provided by pharmacists under a common pharmacy practice agreement. Patient care services, which may be provided by one (1) or more pharmacists under a Community Agreement on the Practice of Pharmacy, must be within the practice of the authorized prescriber(s) . . .