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  1. Hi everyone, In my myriad Google searches, I seem to have found the answer, but I want to confirm this before I play the waiting game. I have applied for state licensure in CA, but I am still waiting on approval. Can I apply for my DEA before the license comes through? The answer seems to be no, that I must be fully licensed before I even begin my application for a DEA. Anyone have any light to shed on this? Any way for me to speed up the waiting game? Thanks much!
  2. Has anyone been able to work without a DEA license? I have voluntarily surrendered mine for a year, due to working for two physicians who were overprescribing and having me prescribe while they were out of the office (I 100% own up to my fault in the situation, and hope I never have to write for another narcotic again). I am very concerned I won’t be able to get another job for a year or so. I’m hoping someone has had a similar experience and can tell me how it worked out or what types of groups would still hire. Any info would help. Thanks in advance.
  3. Hello everyone! Haven't been on here in a while... I'm hoping those of you with your DEA license can give me some guidance please, esp. if in primary care, and better yet if you are in Florida. I took the updated course, as my employer has now agreed to reimburse for the license application. There were some points in the course (taken through FMA) that I didn't know if I entirely understand, regarding supervising physician. --> Are we supposed to have a supervising physician name printed on every controlled substance Rx? It sounded like that from the course, but I'm not sure if I misunderstood. I work with an NP who notes that she doesn't have a supervising physician name on any of her benzo Rxs (4), but only on the pain meds (2). However, as we all know, the rules vary from state to state between NPs and PAs... So for, lets say, ativan (sched 4) - 1) Would the printed Rx on control paper have to have both my name and the supervising physicians name? 2) On that same Rx, if it has to have SP name, does it also need to be signed by the SP? .... The whole point of my organization wanting me to get this DEA license is so that the SPs do not have to be bothered and pulled each time I see a patient who needs a renewal on those meds. So I'm just trying to figure out if it is even worth it to get it. While they are now reimbursing, it is first out of my pocket until reimbursed, and that large sum of money on a screen at checkout just makes me a little nervous, lol. Also, I don't want them to pay all of that when the purpose of them paying for it will not be fulfilled. Thanks in advance.
  4. I have a DEA license and have been trying to e-scribe 1-month supply of things like Adderall and Ritalin but these past couple of weeks, I've been getting rejections from pharmacies stating that PA-C's can only prescribe 7-days worth. This was not an issue a few months back and I have been prescribing them no problem. I know there was an HB21 bill that was passed by Rick Scott this summer limiting Schedule II OPIOIDs but I didn't think it would affect stimulants. Anyone else have the same issues?
  5. I have a recently expired DEA for NH, and am applying for jobs/possibly moving to MA. Do I need to apply for a federal DEA and then something with the state? Just confused about the process and I can't remember what I did last time when I finished school. I will call the agencies but thought I'd post here first. I already have my new state license for MA. Thank you!
  6. I just moved to Texas/got my PA license after practicing in another state for about 1 year. At an interview, a PA affiliated with the practice told me he does not have a DEA number and that when he needed to write for a controlled substance, he submitted it under his supervising doc's name. ...Is this allowed? My prior state required your supervising doc to co-sign chart within 72 hours of writing a controlled substance. I did see on the TMB site that PAs can write for 30 days of a controlled substance at a time and must document consultation with their supervisor before refilling. Is this correct? Also, what are the requirements for supervising docs as far as signing charts? I looked through the TMB site and am not seeing specifics. My last state required "x"% of all charts to be co-signed. I'm quite certain the PA told me the doc doesn't sign his charts, which is surprising to me. Any other pearls of wisdom about practice/ practice law in Texas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  7. Hello, I just registered for the CAPA NAPA conference w/ DEA course. I booked a room with two double beds at the hotel and looking for a roommate. Check in is 2/21 at 4pm and out 11am 2/22 (they can hold bags at front desk). Send me an email or respond to this post if you are interested. bonnie.joy@samuelmerritt.edu Bonnie
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  9. Hi all PA-Cs in California. I want to get this message out there for the Controlled Substance Education Course, run by CAPA. We have 35 registrants so far and need 5 more to sign up by this Saturday, the 15th, for this course to continue as scheduled. Here is all the information: [TABLE=width: 680] [TR] [TD]This course is being held at the request of USC Class of 2013 and will be conducted a bit differently than other CSECs in that there will be no food and beverage provided by CAPA. The educational content and our excellent instructors, Andrew Lowe, Pharm.D. and Jeremy Adler, MS, PA-C remain the same. Reviews for the course are always exceptional. Please note, if we do not have 40 paid registrants by June 15, 2013, we will cancel the course and you will receive a full refund. Upon successful completion of the Controlled Substances Education Course, you may begin to write for controlled substances without patient specific approval if that task has been delegated to you and is reflected in a current Delegation of Services Agreement that has been developed in consultation with your supervising physician(s)and which has been signed by you and your SP(s). You do not have to take the course if you and your SP wish to continue with you obtaining patient specific approval prior to issuing drug orders for controlled substances. Saturday, July 20, 2013 USC PA Program Campus 1000 S. Fremont Ave Unit 7, Bldg A11, Room 173 Alhambra, CA 91803 Direct link to sign up: http://capanet.org/altlogin.aspx?cmd=Portal.Login&context=0471afb5-63c4-48e1-a28&state=Start&key=interweave&referrerName=Portal.RegisterFor.Event&referrerContext=0e71afb5-821b-407c-abc5-782e7c73e80e&referrerKey=&cookieCheck=true&uiSession=829dae20-4429-46b7-9dee-c579bc17b70a&user=0d100000-e87d-4742-afc1-77f678a11b29[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] If you are interested or know somebody that might be interested, please sign up and/or pass this information along. Thank you.
  10. Hi all PA-Cs. I want to get this message out there for the Controlled Substance Education Course, run by CAPA. We have 35 registrants so far and need 5 more to sign up by this Saturday, the 15th, for this course to continue as scheduled. Here is all the information: [TABLE=width: 680] [TR] [TD]This course is being held at the request of USC Class of 2013 and will be conducted a bit differently than other CSECs in that there will be no food and beverage provided by CAPA. The educational content and our excellent instructors, Andrew Lowe, Pharm.D. and Jeremy Adler, MS, PA-C remain the same. Reviews for the course are always exceptional. Please note, if we do not have 40 paid registrants by June 15, 2013, we will cancel the course and you will receive a full refund. Upon successful completion of the Controlled Substances Education Course, you may begin to write for controlled substances without patient specific approval if that task has been delegated to you and is reflected in a current Delegation of Services Agreement that has been developed in consultation with your supervising physician(s)and which has been signed by you and your SP(s). You do not have to take the course if you and your SP wish to continue with you obtaining patient specific approval prior to issuing drug orders for controlled substances. Saturday, July 20, 2013 USC PA Program Campus 1000 S. Fremont Ave Unit 7, Bldg A11, Room 173 Alhambra, CA 91803 Direct link to sign up: http://capanet.org/altlogin.aspx?cmd=Portal.Login&context=0471afb5-63c4-48e1-a28&state=Start&key=interweave&referrerName=Portal.RegisterFor.Event&referrerContext=0e71afb5-821b-407c-abc5-782e7c73e80e&referrerKey=&cookieCheck=true&uiSession=829dae20-4429-46b7-9dee-c579bc17b70a&user=0d100000-e87d-4742-afc1-77f678a11b29[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] If you are interested or know somebody that might be interested, please sign up and/or pass this information along. Thank you.
  11. Im applying for a DEA to work in the state of PA. I live in NJ. Should I be using my personal address or the hospitals? Also does anyone know what happens if I do perdiem in another state? Will I need a new DEA?
  12. I am a new grad who was just offered a position in urgent care. The doctor is very nice but has never had a PA before and does not have a lot of things I would expect in the contract he has offered me. I am not sure if this is a good job for me as a new PA but I wanted some advice as to normal standards that are included in a contract. For instance, what are normal or good amounts given for: -CME allowance -DEA cost -PANCE reimbursement Also I was wondering how much paid vacation is considered average. He offered me 5 days in the first year which is really low. Overall I think this contract needs a lot of negotiation so any advice would be helpful as I consider the job. Thanks!
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