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I thought that the Ryan Haight act prevented prescription of scheduled drugs without a face to face meeting?Do you plan to compete with 100000000 of NP practices who are advertising on instagram *right now* nonstop to write you stimulants for $20 a pop?
I thought that the Ryan Haight act prevented prescription of scheduled drugs without a face to face meeting?
I know that during the coronavirus pandemic this requirement has been waivered for buprenorphine (wouldn't know about other scheduled drugs)... I wonder if the waiver will continue indefinitely, then inevitably bad outcomes will happen and then new more strict regulations will be put in place.
Right, but your original quote is misleading. No NP "tele" pill-mill was able to prescribe stimulants at "$20 a pop" without circumventing this law in the past, unless these pill-mills cropped up in the past month?
R-H is suspended categorically by COVID!!
Can you expand on this by any chance or have any sources?
Look, if I'm doing someone's telemedicine med management intake and he is on heroin and wants to be on Suboxone, or is detoxing off alcohol and needs to be on Klonopin, does R-H matter? Does being "reprimanded" matter?
Your jobs is to be a good doctor and, in these cases, actually save some lives. Worry about this first, and then worry about regulations. If anyone ever "reprimands" you, you can keep your shoulders back and head up in a deposition or the witness stand--or in front of Congress.
It’s easier than you think. Patients or family members can report you after a bad outcome. Phones have gps now to help prove locations. Telehealth apps log your time. Your scheduler saves patient slots.
A friend of mine had her X license permanently revoked and extra CME hours were added to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
There is a federal law against this. Do it routinely, have a bad outcome, and you risk federal charges.