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the dea impossible standard
The Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and its implementing regulations established a closed distribution system to ensure appropriate medical care and maintain the system’s integrity through an accountability process. They also had to invent a violation mechanism, so they said that the prescriber prescribed medication that was “not for a professional purpose and not for a legitimate medical reason.”
They then convinced the public that pharmaceutical companies who manufactured opiate pain medication and health care providers who prescribed them were the cause of the opiate epidemic, even though the problem had never gone away.
SUN TREE AND SUNTREE MEDICAL VS. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
One of the most important principles underlying the CSA and its implementing regulations is that to be valid, every prescription for a controlled substance must be based on a determination by an individual practitioner that the dispensing of the controlled substance is for a legitimate medical purpose in the usual course of professional practice. United States v. Moore, 423 U.S.C. 122 (1975) and 21 CFR 1306.04(a).
Federal regulations do not define the term legitimate medical purpose nor do they set forth the standards of medical practice. It is up to each DEA- registered practitioner authorized by DEA to do so, to treat patients according to his or her professional medical judgment in accordance with a standard of medical practice that is generally recognized and accepted in the United States
DEA has not promulgated any new regulations regarding the treatment of pain. Federal law and DEA regulations do not impose a specific quantitative minimum or maximum limit on the amount of medication that a practitioner may prescribe on a single prescription, or the duration of treatment intended for a particular patient DEA has consistently emphasized and supported the prescriptive authority of an individual practitioner under the CSA to administer, dispense, and prescribe controlled substances for the legitimate treatment of pain within acceptable medical standards as outlined in DEA’s policy statement published in the Federal Register (FR) on September 6, 2006, titled, Dispensing Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain. 71 FR 52716.
While DEA is the agency responsible for enforcing the CSA, DEA does not act as the Federal equivalent of a state medical board overseeing the general practice of medicine and lacks the authority to issue guidelines that constitute advice relating to the general practice of medicine.
Therefore, it is important for you to check with your state medical board, as the issues that you have raised, may be the result of new laws or regulations enacted by your state. Where state law or regulations impose requirements beyond those in Federal law and regulations, practitioners must comply with the additional state requirements, provided such state requirements do not conflict with the Federal requirements.
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