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Larry P. Cote quoted in article “Prepare to Electronically Prescribe Controlled Substances”

Medical Practice Compliance Alert

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That’s despite the fact that EPCS is less susceptible to fraud and drug diversion, says attorney Larry Cote with Quarles & Brady in Washington, D.C. “It’s more secure than a paper prescription. People can’t make changes to them [and they go directly to the pharmacy]. There’s less opportunity for forgeries and changing quantities,” he explains.

Originally published in Medical Practice Compliance Alert, July 20, 2015