All prescriptions must be issued for a specific patient. Prescriptions issued for “office use” are not valid. The Georgia Medical Board declares it unprofessional conduct for practitioners to write/authorize controlled substance prescriptions for personal use or immediate family members, including spouse, children, siblings, parents. This includes physicians pre-signing blank prescriptions for physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners. No, a practitioner cannot post-date a CII prescription.
(August 27, 2019) Cerilliant Corporation (August 27, 2019) Cayman Chemical Company (August 26, 2019) Cambrex High Point, Inc. (August 26, 2019) AMPAC Fine Chemicals Virginia, LLC (August 26, 2019) Clinical Supplies Management Holdings, Inc.
The Georgia Drugs and Narcotics Agency has created this source to assist prescribers with obtaining the laws, rules, and regulations for prescribing and dispensing prescription medications.
You then notice that for each prescription, the date on the dispensing label is prior to the date written on the Rx by the practitioner.
Looking at the drugs involved, you find that some are narcotic analgesics for terminally ill patients, but most are stimulants prescribed for children with attention deficit disorder.
(August 27, 2019) Bulk Manufacturers of Marihuana (August 27, 2019) Akorn, Inc.
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How is the issuance of multiple schedule II prescriptions different than issuing a refill of a schedule II prescription?
The issuance of refills for a schedule II controlled substance is prohibited by law.
For example, for a patient seen on March 1, the practitioner issues a prescription dated March 1 for a 30-day supply, with two additional prescriptions for 30-day supplies dated April 1 and May 1, respectively.