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Illinois to Require Prescribers to Check the PMP Before Writing Initial Prescriptions for Schedule II Narcotics

USA - December 15 2017 This week, Illinois became one of a growing number of states to require prescribers to check the state Prescription Monitoring Program ("PMP") before...

Mark W. Bina.


West Virginia Imposes New Suspicious Order Reporting Requirements

USA - October 10 2017 The West Virginia Board of Pharmacy (“Board”) rolled out a new mandatory suspicious order reporting form for wholesalers at its board meeting last...

Elizabeth Conti, Larry P. Cote.


Oregon Adds Suspicious Order Reporting to Wholesale Distributor Requirements

USA - June 19 2017 Recently, the Oregon Board of Pharmacy adopted a new rule for wholesale distributors, requiring that they report suspicious orders to the Board for...

Edward D. Rickert, Laura D. Pone, Larry P. Cote.


In the Matter of Wesley Pope, M.D.

USA - March 26 2017 An Oklahoma doctor wrote 19 Schedule II controlled substance prescriptions for a patient with low back pain over eight months without thoroughly...


Washington Post Article Highlights Alleged Improper Drug Practices By NFL Teams

USA - March 14 2017 The Washington Post reported last week that it obtained sealed court documents describing how National Football League teams have violated federal...

Larry P. Cote.