DEA-Mandated Opioid Training Allows Dispensing To Be Unencumbered By REMS
The prescriber education mandate envisioned as part of the Obama administration’s plan to curb prescription drug abuse could plunge the Drug Enforcement Administration into unfamiliar territory, although the agency seems eager to stay away from it.
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FDA and DEA continued to negotiate through the Office of National Drug Control Policy on a viable option for a mandatory prescriber education program, which would be a large burden for whichever agency gets the job.
Opioid Prescriber Education Mandate Could Be Added To User Fee Bill
Sen. Rockefeller introduces amendment that would require 16 hours of training every three years to maintain DEA registration.
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FDA and other federal agencies could better coordinate their efforts to educate prescribers about prescription pain reliever abuse, the Government Accountability Office said.