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DEA number

A number assigned by the DEA to health care providers indicating that the person or facility is registered with the DEA to prescribe controlled substances.
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But I would just write "Percocet," or whatever I'd write, and I'd sign and date it--and I'd also put my DEA number on it, and hand it to the patient.
We provide necessary controlled medications without co-signature of a Doctor, if we have a DEA number from the federal government.
Levin said documents obtained through public information requests show that TDCJ recently purchased pentobarbital using the DEA number registered to the defunct Huntsville Hospital Unit.
Brall had been fraudulently calling in and obtaining unauthorized controlled medications for herself using the name and DEA number of the physician at the clinic.
To obtain the Certificate, an APRN must: 1) submit proof of successful completion of an advanced pharmacology course that includes preceptorial experience in the prescription of drugs, medicines and therapeutic devices; 2) provide documentation of a minimum of 300 clock hours preceptorial experience in the prescription of drugs, medicines and therapeutic devices with a qualified preceptor; 3) provide evidence of a minimum of 1,000 hours of practice as an APRN (none of which hours can be obtained in the APRN's education program); and 4) have a CPA delegating controlled substance prescribing authority with a physician who has an unrestricted DEA number and whose practice is comparable in scope, specialty and expertise to that of the APRN.
To obtain a DEA number, an APN can visit the Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration Office of Diversion Control at http://www.
Haj-Hamed, she generated a telephone prescription and wrote in a DEA number for Dr.
Although some diversion of controlled substances to the black market may be done by physicians, much of it is done by patients who have somehow gotten hold of the doctor's DEA number or prescribing pad.
The file should contain the license to practice, DEA number, certificate of insurance, and admission privileges to local hospitals.
In addition, identifiers such as DEA number, NPI and the American Hospital Association ID are available to append to records as needed.
Under this legislation, you must have a written protocol submitted by your collaborative physician to the Board of Medicine for approval and file for a DEA number