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The pharmacist may change the brand name to match the correct combination product intended. .[W]hen information is missing from or needs to be changed on a schedule II controlled substance prescription, DEA expects pharmacists to use their professional judgment and knowledge of state and federal laws and policies to decide whether it is appropriate to make changes to that prescription.” FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 2014 DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION PLACES ALL HYDROCODONE CONTAINING PRODUCTS INTO SCHEDULE II EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 6, 2014.
(e) Where a prescription that has been prepared in accordance with section 1306.12(b) contains instructions from the prescribing practitioner indicating that the prescription shall not be filled until a certain date, no pharmacist may fill the prescription before that date.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.Some questions likely to arise: Q: What is the proper way to document receipt of schedule II controlled substance orders when using DEA's Controlled Substance Ordering System (CSOS)?A: During recent pharmacy inspections, Board investigators have noted that multiple pharmacies have not properly documented receipt of schedule II controlled substance orders when using the CSOS.