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FDA ER/LA Opioid REMS defined: ER/LA_opioid_prescriber

NOTE

This page takes text from the existing MEMS definitions and shows how new definitions would be integrated. All redline editing marks have been removed for ease of reading.

Opioid REMS Registration Definitions

Individual 

The participant has an individual registration with the DEA to prescribe controlled substances (CS).

Institutional

The participant is authorized to prescribe controlled substances under an institutional (hospital/clinic) DEA registration.

None

The participant is not authorized to prescribe controlled substances. 

ER/LA Opioid REMS Definitions

FDA ER/LA Opioid Rems Defined: ER/LA_Opioid_Prescriber

An individual clinician who is registered with the DEA to prescribe Schedule 2 and/or 3 controlled substances and has written at least one ER/LA opioid script in the past year.  

FDA ER/LA Opioid REMS Defined: Successfully_Completing

Completing all components of an educational activity and meeting the education provider's criteria for passing. Components of an educational activity include instruction, assessment of learning, and potentially evaluation.

FDA ER/LA Opioid REMS Defined: Prescribers_Successfully_Completing

FDA REMS defined ER/LA opioid prescribers that have completed all components of an educational activity and met the education provider's criteria for passing. Components of an educational activity include instruction, assessment of learning, and potentially evaluation.

Practice_Type

A description of the clinician's practice by broad category. For example, primary care. For a vocabulary of practice types related to the evaluation of pain management, see the Medical Education Metrics Vocabularies.

Schedule_2_Or_3_Registered_Clinician

An individual clinician who is registered with the DEA to prescribe Schedule 2 and/or 3 controlled substances.

Schedule_2_Or_3_Registered_Clinicians_Successfully_Completing

Schedule 2 or 3 registered clinicians that have completed all components of an educational activity and met the education provider's criteria for passing. Components of an educational activity include instruction, assessment of learning, and potentially evaluation.

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