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Drug Shortages: Better Management of the Quota Process for Controlled Substances Needed; Coordination between DEA and FDA Should Be Improved
Marcia Crosse (au)
In the last decade, shortages of prescription drugs containing controlled substances, such as narcotics and stimulants, have increased nationwide, preventing providers and patients from accessing essential medications for treatment. Controlled substances are regulated by the Drug Enforcement Admin. (DEA) because of the potential for abuse and addiction. To prevent diversion of controlled substances, DEA sets quotas that limit the amount of certain substances that are available in the U.S. This report examines (1) the trends in shortages of drugs containing controlled substances; (2) the effect on patients and providers; (3) DEAńˇ╗s administration of the quota process; and (4) coordination between DEA and the Food and Drug Admin. (FDA) to prevent and mitigate shortages. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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