DEA & DPS Registrations

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Does Your Doctor Hold A Current DEA|DPS Registration?

Physicians who prescribe medication or order controlled pharmaceuticals are required by law to register with the DEA – Drug Enforcement Administration and the DPS – Department of Public Safety. The purpose of registering with these agencies is to attempt to control the diversion of controlled substances from legitimate channels and to promote public health and welfare by controlling illegal drug trafficking. Limitations and restrictions on a doctor’s license can be a red flag that doctor has problems with dispensing pharmaceuticals.

DEA - Drug Enforcement Administration

DEA: The Drug Enforcement Administration of the US Department of Justice regulates interstate commerce in prescription drugs to prevent them from being used as drugs of abuse. Every prescription written in the US bears the DEA number of the prescribing physician. Doctors who write prescriptions are required by law to register with the DEA.

 

DPS - Controlled Substance Registration Program

DPS: The Controlled Substance Registration Program was established in 1973 following the passage of the Texas Controlled Substances Act. The purpose of registration is to attempt to control more effectively the diversion of controlled substances from legitimate channels and to promote public health and welfare by controlling illegal drug trafficking.

 

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DEA - Drug Enforcement Administration

DEA: The Drug Enforcement Administration of the US Department of Justice regulates interstate commerce in prescription drugs to prevent them from being used as drugs of abuse. Every prescription written in the US bears the DEA number of the prescribing physician. Doctors who write prescriptions are required by law to register with the DEA.

 

DPS - Controlled Substance Registration Program

DPS: The Controlled Substance Registration Program was established in 1973 following the passage of the Texas Controlled Substances Act. The purpose of registration is to attempt to control more effectively the diversion of controlled substances from legitimate channels and to promote public health and welfare by controlling illegal drug trafficking.

 

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