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Trending Toward Electronic Prescriptions of Controlled Substances

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    Right now, it’s illegal to use an electronic system to prescribe controlled substances. But as the adoption of electronic prescriptions progresses, the inclusion of controlled substances into e-prescribing becomes inevitable. David Miller, chief security officer for Covisint, a leading software and IT services firm, weighs the advantages and disadvantages of this budding technology with host Susan Dolan, RN.

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    Right now, it’s illegal to use an electronic system to prescribe controlled substances. But as the adoption of electronic prescriptions progresses, the inclusion of controlled substances into e-prescribing becomes inevitable. David Miller, chief security officer for Covisint, a leading software and IT services firm, weighs the advantages and disadvantages of this budding technology with host Susan Dolan, RN.

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