Debra Perina, MD, FACEP (left), and Jeffrey Goodloe, MD, FACEP, hold up a signed copy of HR 304, Protecting Patient Access to Emergency Medications Act of 2017. This law legalizes the use of standing orders for EMS for using controlled substances and formalizes the process for receipt, storage, and dispensing of controlled substances by EMS services. Craig Manifold, DO, FACEP, Dr. Goodloe, and Dr. Perina were instrumental in working to get this bill signed into law.
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With regard to state legislative activity regulating the opioid prescribing practices of emergency physicians, which of the following wouId you support? Check all that apply.
Polls results not statistically significant.
- Restrictions on duration (36%, 229 Votes)
- Restrictions of quantity (34%, 219 Votes)
- Mandatory checking of prescription drug monitoring systems for all opioid prescriptions from the ED (30%, 194 Votes)
Total Voters: 367