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How to Survive a DEA Inspection Series: Pharmacy Records and Security

How to Survive a DEA Inspection Series: Pharmacy Records and Security

How to Survive a DEA Inspection Series: Pharmacy Records and Security

Carlos M. Aquino
Carlos M. Aquino
on behalf of International Academy Of Compounding Pharmacists

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Last updated: 13 Mar 2017

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Part One of a Four-Part Series.
Today’s compounding pharmacists will need to familiarize themselves with stringent laws and regulations enforced by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) through their Office of Diversion Control (Diversion). Since the focus of any DEA investigation of a compounding pharmacy is the prescription, the initial target is the pharmacist who compounded the needed medication.
A Compounding pharmacy may be inspected in order to determine the handling of controlled substances purchased, compounded and dispensed as a prescription. Investigators target record-keeping requirements and security of all controlled substances.
Attendees will familiarize themselves with federal laws and DEA regulations requirements for handling of Schedules II though V controlled substances in a pharmacy setting and record-keeping and security responsibilities placed on the pharmacist.

Objectives

Objectives
At the conclusion of this program, the pharmacist and technician attendee will be able to:
Describe the types of federal, criminal and civil actions that can be imposed on a pharmacy pertaining to the purchase, sale, transfer, dispensing, destruction and theft or loss of Schedules II through V controlled substances.
Identify the responsibilities of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) through their Office of Diversion Control (Diversion) personnel to enforce federal laws and DEA regulations on dispensing controlled substances through a prescription.
Explain DEA record-keeping requirements including: Biennial Inventory, Executed or Voided DEA Form 222 and Invoices, Power of Attorney, Theft and Loss, Drug Destruction, and Storage of Prescriptions.
List the DEA security requirements pertaining to: Alarm Systems, Pharmacy Security, Hiring of Employees, Proper Drug Disposal, Prevention of Thefts and Losses and other security issues.
Carlos M. Aquino

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Carlos M. Aquino
on behalf of International Academy Of Compounding Pharmacists

Carlos M. Aquino Compliance Consultant and Founder - PharmaDiversion, LLC In January 2009, Carlos M. Aquino founded PharmaDiversion, LLC as a compliance consulting firm assisting DEA registrants who handle controlled substances and regulated chemicals, with compliance of federal laws and DEA regulations. This is done through a “Mock” audit and inspection equivalent to an authentic DEA Diversion on-site inspection. PharmaDiversion, LLC also provides in-service training for DEA registered manufacturers, distributors, importers/exporters, hospitals/clinics,...MoreIn January 2009, Carlos M. Aquino founded PharmaDiversion, LLC as a compliance consulting firm assisting DEA registrants who handle controlled substances and regulated chemicals, with compliance of federal laws and DEA regulations. This is done through a “Mock” audit and inspection equivalent to an authentic DEA Diversion on-site inspection. PharmaDiversion, LLC also provides in-service training for DEA registered manufacturers, distributors, importers/exporters, hospitals/clinics, analytical labs, researchers, pharmacies, pain management groups and practitioners on DEA requirements for handling of controlled substances and regulated chemical products. Consultant Carlos M. Aquino brings 36 years of experience on illicit and pharmaceutical controlled substances and regulated chemical products. This includes 12 years assigned to the Philadelphia DEA Diversion Office as a Diversion Investigator/Group Supervisor and 24 years with the Philadelphia Police Department as a street supervisor and an undercover agent investigating illegal distribution of illicit drugs and diversion of pharmaceutical drugs.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Pass Rate: 75
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    Reference: 0201-9999-15-130-H03-P/T

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