SIgnatures are not always required on the back of prescriptions for controlled substance refills. One option is to print a copy of the daily log and controlled substance log for the day and manual sign it. Regulations can be found in Part 80 - Rules and Regulations On Controlled Substances and Rules of the Board of Regents ...
The DEA form 222 is used to order C-II controlled substances. It is a three part form.
Copy 1 is retained by the supplier. (brown)
Copy 2 is sent to the local DEA office. (green)
Copy 3 the purchaser records the receiving of the order and keeps the form on hand. (blue)
Wording in the bill includes the following
Must be conducted under the immediate personal supervision of a licensed pharmacist certified to administer vaccines Person receiving immunization must be informed that a pharmacy intern will be administering the vaccine Person receiving immunization must be given the option to receive ...
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