Much (Illinois): DEA Provides Three Exceptions to Key Regulations Addressing the Treatment of Controlled Substances at Hospitals and Clinics

FIRST PUBLISHED ON 04.20.2020 – The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) issued new guidance effective April 10, 2020 addressing how controlled substances should be handled at DEA-registered hospitals and clinics. The purpose of the new guidance is to reduce burdens on medical facilities during the pandemic emergency by, for instance, making it easier to treat patients at satellite locations or reducing restrictions on the dispensation of controlled substances forming a part medical treatment to meet rapidly increasing health care demands. This guidance will remain in place until the DEA determines that the pandemic emergency has ended. MORE.

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