States taking different approaches to telemedicine to help doctors prescribe controlled substances

Doctors and pharmacists see telemedicine and telehealth as an opportunity to improve outcomes by improving the distribution and management of controlled substances; however, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s Ryan Haight Act sets very strict limits on how those digital health platforms and tools are used. State legislatures and medical boards are tackling the issue. Read article here…

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