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The loss of rights because of a failure to assert them over a lengthy period of time. This is similar to a statute of limitations, but the time period is not established by statute, but by court interpretation and the particular circumstances of the case.

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To prescribe methadone, NPs are subject to the Government of Canada's Narcotic Control Regulations subsection 53 (3), which requires practitioners to obtain a section 56 exemption under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA).
Since 1 November 2010, NPs and midwives with a scheduled medicines endorsement have been able to prescribe medicines subsidised by the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).
As Australia moves towards physiotherapist prescribing, the profession does so with the knowledge that numerous other matters are being discussed and developed nationally such as a tool for assessment of health professional competence to prescribe, development of new accreditation standards for prescribing education, and a potential inter-professional approach to prescribing curricula.
A project to trial DNS prescribing took place in 2011 with twelve DNS located in four demonstration sites around New Zealand authorised to prescribe under the new regulations.
It is interesting that over two-thirds reported that the Nurse Prescribers' Formulary (NPF) (British Medical Asssociation (BMA), 2013) did not cover their prescribing needs and gave examples of products they would like to be able to prescribe, including antibiotics, analgesics, treatment for diarrhoea, allergic rhinitis and creams for the skin.
The discretion of doctors and other healthcare-team members who are licensed for prescribing drugs (pharmacists and specially trained and qualified nurses) to prescribe products off label is recognized.
Managed care organizations (MCOs) provide this information because they want doctors to prescribe lower-cost medications.
The major outstanding issue is agreement on the list of medicines nurses can prescribe and we are going to set up an expert working group to help with this.
NP with prescribing privileges who does not prescribe or who does not prescribe for Medicare patients: There is a fair chance that these NPs may be flagged for a penalty because their carrier billing records won't show evidence of e-prescribing.
Washington, Oct 20 (ANI): A new study has revealed that under the influence of pharmaceutical promotion, doctors are likely to prescribe more expensively, less appropriately and more often.
"It's common, for example when starting a medication like Paxil, for a psychiatrist to prescribe a 10 mg dose for one week, then bump up to 20 mg." Based on patient response, dosages may titrate up or down over time.
"As soon as a physician is ready to prescribe a drug, the system checks in real-time the patient's eligibility to ensure they have benefits, then connects eligibility with formulary tables and copay tier-level information we provide to RxHub.

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