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Physcian Resources

Below are some references that Physicians may find useful.  There will be more posted in the future.

All controlled substance prescriptions written by Indiana licensed practioners must comply with:
DEA Valid Prescription Requirements
Indiana Regulations (856 IAC 1-34)
Indiana Security Pad Requirements

DEA Compliant Form

If you’re not careful, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) current interpretation of “agent of physician” under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and how your pharmacy handles prescriptions could cost you millions of dollars in penalties and fines.

Download the DEA Compliant Form

Indiana Law SB 226

SB 226 is a new Indiana law that went into effect on July 1, 2017. The law has new rules for prescribing and dispensing opiods.

Download the New Opiod Law

Indiana Law SB 246

SB 246 is a new Indiana law that went into effect on December 15, 2013. The law has new prescribing rules for safer opiod use in chronic pain management.

Download the Emergency Order

Download the Healthcare Providers Guide "First Do No Harm"

Bitter Pill

Prescription drug abuse is a growing problem in Indiana. In the U.S. 1 in 20- people have used prescription painkilers for non-medical reasons. Every 25 minutes someone dies from a prescription drug overdose. Making more people aware of the problem is an important step in breaking the chain of dependency. Learn more at