How the DEA Holds Pharmacists Accountable for Failing to Verify Controlled Substance Prescriptions for a Legitimate Purpose

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Karen Ryle, MS, RPh, associate chief of pharmacy at Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses how the DEA has held pharmacists accountable for failing to verify controlled substance prescriptions for a legitimate medical purpose.

Karen Ryle, MS, RPh, associate chief of pharmacy at Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses how the DEA has held pharmacists accountable for failing to verify controlled substance prescriptions for a legitimate medical purpose.

This interview was recorded at the ASHP 2014 Midyear Clinical Meeting in Anaheim, California.

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