Post dating prescriptions

24-Dec-2019 11:38

A: In general, under CARA, the total amount of a Schedule II controlled substance prescription may be filled no later than 30 days from the date the prescription was written.DEA rules have long allowed a Schedule II controlled substance prescription for a patient in a Long Term Care Facility, or a patient with a documented terminal illness diagnosis, to be dispensed by partial fills for up to 60 days from the date of the prescription.Q: Can I fill Schedule II prescriptions bearing a "do not fill until" date?

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Federal regulations provide that prescriptions for drugs in Schedules III and IV shall not be filled or refilled more than 6 months after the date of issue.

The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) issued the final rule on Monday, November 19, which reflects APh A's recommendation to remove language that could have been interpreted to add an additional duty on health providers (including pharmacists) for schedule II prescriptions.

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The last few times I've gone in with prescriptions, they've fililed it on the spot. dr's can post date schedule 2's now,personally i love it.'… continue reading »

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