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Colorado CSA 1992

controlled substance laws specific to the COCSA of 1992

For emergency prescriptions C-II prescriptions, how much time is allowed to obtain the hard copy? 72 hours is allowed for the rx to be postmarked to the pharmacy.
What is the minimum information required to be affixed to the label of a controlled substance in colorado? name and address of the pharmacy, date, prescription number, prescribing practitioner, directions for use, name of the patient (or owner if animal)
What statement must be written on emergency C-II authorized rx's? "authorization for emergency dispensing" must be written on the face of the rx
When is a faxed C-II acceptable? for hospice, LTCF, or other patients receiving home infusion therapy
What is the statute of limitations? page 65-statute of limitations is 7 years; excluding certain times the party is incarcerated or out of state
Created by: nickh88