Guidance on the appropriate use of reports from E-FORSCE
This legislation has ramifications on all controlled substances, not just opioids.
Jessica Man and Victoria Orindas recognized for hard work and promise for the future
The OCMS and SCMS Leadership are busy crafting resolutions that we will bring forward to address critically important issues for our members.
HB 21 will require that prior to writing a new prescription for any controlled substance listed in Schedule II through V, for a patient age 16 or older, that a physician, or his/her designee, review the patient's history in the E-FORCSE database
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The award recognizes outstanding young professionals in Volusia and Flagler counties.
There were 21 bills related to healthcare passed in the 2018 Legislative Session
New research has found that minors hospitalized for opioid poisonings or overdoses were most common among kids aged 12-17 and those aged 1-5 years old
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