Making a difference in the community with help from volunteer physicians
HB 21 will require that prior to writing a new prescription for any controlled substance listed in Schedule II through V, for a patient age 16 or older, that a physician, or his/her designee, review the patient's history in the E-FORCSE database
New research has found that minors hospitalized for opioid poisonings or overdoses were most common among kids aged 12-17 and those aged 1-5 years old
Physicians throughout the region were extremely well represented during the 2017 Florida Medical Association Annual Meeting
Jessica Walsh O'Sullivan
All too often is seems like process has defeated common sense
The toll the crisis is taking on families and communities across the nation is heartbreaking
Timely warning to physicians that they need to dive deeper into their relationship with their electronic medical record (EMR) company
The Florida Department of Health has finalized a rule that will enable physicians to use designees to query the Prescription Drug Monitoring Database, E- ...
The American Medical Association released an important update last week on po ...
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