Friday, July 6, 2018

From the FDA Law Blog--A must read

Posted: 05 Jul 2018 05:41 PM PDT
By Larry K. Houck —
The Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) and the states are struggling with how to confront the challenges posed by the opioid abuse crisis. One aspect of this problem relates to employee theft, particularly at the pharmacy level. The California Board of Pharmacy (“BOP”), as well as other states, has reported a growing concern with theft reports related to employee diversion. In some cases, there have been instances in which pharmacy technicians and other employees diverted large quantities of controlled substances undetected from pharmacies over a long period of time unbeknownst to the Pharmacist-In-Charge (“PIC”) or consultant pharmacist.
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