CDR (Certified Designated Representative) Info
What is a Florida Certified Designated Representative (CDR)?
The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation requires all prescription drug wholesale distributors and out-of-state prescription drug wholesale distributor permittees (this includes broker-only/virtual facilities) to designate one person to serve as the designated representative for each facility. This person must have an active certification from the State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, as a Certified Designated Representative, be employed "full-time" in a managerial capacity and serve as CDR for only one facility at a time.
If a Certified Designated Representative leaves the employment of the facility for which they oversee, the facility has ONLY 10 days to replace that CDR employee. CDR Resource Center therefore recommends that prescription drug wholesale distributors employ more than one person at each facility with a CDR license.