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EPCS: Board Certified Physician Assistant Limits and Requirements - July 16

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The electronic prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS) is now required in Arizona for any prescription of a Schedule II controlled substance that is an opioid. To increase EPCS in Arizona and prepare Arizona prescribers for the new state requirements, mandated by the Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act, Health Current has launched the EPCS Click for Control Campaign.

Arizona Opioid E-Prescribing Requirement
HB 2075 signed by Governor Ducey on February 14, 2019, amends the Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act and requires all Arizona providers to electronically prescribe any Schedule II controlled substance that is an opioid by January 1, 2020.

EPCS Click for Control Campaign "Deeper Dive into HB 2075" Webinar Series
The EPCS Click for Control campaign presents a series of webinars to take a deeper dive into HB 2075. The webinar series will educate and help Arizona prescribers and practices navigate House Bill (HB) 2075, understand it requirements and mandates under Arizona law.

July 16 Webinar: Board Certified Physician Assistant Limits and Requirements

  • Learning Objectives: The webinar will discuss Board Certified Physician Assistant (PA) delegation by supervising physician requirements, PA prescription privileges – what’s permissible and what’s not, prescribing limits and requirements and EPCS benefits for prescriber, pharmacy and patient; prescriber CME opportunities and where to get EPCS help and information.


“The Click for Control Campaign is a shared commitment between Health Current, Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and the Arizona Board of Pharmacy to manage and coordinate the statewide EPCS Click for Control Campaign.”

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