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1140-11 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE MONITORING DATABASE
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All prescribers with DEA numbers who prescribe controlled substances
All dispensers in practice who provide direct care to patients in Tennessee for more than fifteen (15) calendar days per year
Who is required to register in the controlled substances database?
Licensed veterinarians who never prescribe a controlled substance in an amount intended to treat a non-human patient for more than forty-eight (48) hours
Who is exempt from registering in the controlled substances database?
up to thirty (30) calendar days
New licensees shall have up to __________________ days after notification of licensure to register in the database.
(a) Prescriber identifier;
(b) Dispensing date
(c) Patient identifier
(d) Controlled substance dispensed
(e) Quantity dispensed;
(f) Strength dispensed;
(g) Estimated days' supply;
(h) Dispenser identifier;
(i) Date the prescription was issued by the prescriber;
(j) Whether the prescription was new or a refill; and
(k) Source of payment.
The information in the database shall be submitted at least once every seven (7) days for all controlled substances dispensed during the preceding seven (7) day period.
Each dispenser or dispenser's agent shall, regarding each controlled substance dispensed, submit to the database all of the following information:
(a) A drug administered directly to a patient;
(b) Any drug sample dispensed;
(c) Any drug dispensed by a licensed veterinarian; provided, that the quantity dispensed is limited to an amount adequate to treat the non-human patient for a maximum of 48 hours;
(d) Any facility that is registered by the United States drug enforcement administration as a narcotic treatment program
(e) Any drug dispensed by a licensed healthcare facility; provided, that the quantity dispensed is limited to an amount that is adequate to treat the patient for a maximum of 48 hours.
The reporting requirement shall not apply for the following:
Each person or entity operating a practice site where a controlled substance is prescribed or dispensed to a human patient shall provide for electronic access to the database at all times when a prescriber or dispenser provides healthcare services to a human patient potentially receiving a controlled substance.
This rule shall not apply to dispensers who are not required to report
Requirement pertaining to electronic access of the database
a civil penalty not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100) per day assessed against the person or entity operating the practice site; provided, however, that the penalty shall only be imposed when there is a continued pattern or practice of not providing electronic access to the database
Penalty for not providing electronic access to the database at all times for those required to do so
opioids or benzodiazepines to a human patient at the
beginning of a new episode of treatment and shall check the database for the human patient at least annually when that prescribed controlled substance remains part of treatment
All prescribers or their designated healthcare practitioner's extenders, unless otherwise exempted, shall check the database prior to: prescribing
the dispenser is aware or reasonably certain, that a person is attempting to obtain a Schedule II-V controlled substance, identified by the Committee as demonstrating a potential for abuse for fraudulent, illegal, or medically inappropriate purposes
Before dispensing, a dispenser shall have the professional responsibility to check the database or have a healthcare practitioner extender check the database, if:
all opioids and benzodiazepines
The controlled substances which trigger a check of the database include, but are not limited to:
(a) The controlled substance is prescribed or dispensed for a patient who is currently receiving hospice care;
(b) The Committee has determined that prescribers in a particular medical specialty shall not be required to check the database as a result of the low potential for abuse by patients receiving treatment in that medical specialty;
(c) The controlled substance is prescribed or dispensed to a patient as a non-refillable prescription as part of treatment for a surgical procedure that occurred in a licensed healthcare facility;
(d) The quantity of the controlled substance which is prescribed or dispensed does not exceed an amount which is adequate for a single, seven-day treatment period and does not allow a refill.
Prescribers are not required to check the database if 1 or more of the following conditions is met:
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