DEA considers eRX for controlled substances

06/29/2008 | Government Health IT magazine

The Drug Enforcement Agency has proposed that physicians be allowed to use e-prescribing for controlled substances previously ineligible for the system. To gain access, physicians would need to be verified by a DEA-registered hospital and would then go through a two-factor authentication -- a password and a device similar to a cell phone or thumb drive.

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