I-STOP

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers on the I-STOP Duty to Consult and Prescribing Controlled Substances in New York State

 

I-STOP Clarification - Paperless HCS Account Applications

DOH has instituted a new "paperless" application process for obtaining an HCS Account for both licensed medical professionals and unlicensed professionals.  All practitioners and designees must have an HCS Account in order to access the new Prescription Monitoring Program registry.  If you have not already obtained an HCS Account or wish to sign your designee up for an account, please the HCS application link for additional information on how to do so: HCS application  

 
 

To view the I-STOP webinar from October 8, 2013

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The Slides from the October 8, 2013 I-STOP webinar can be downloaded 

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August 27th I-STOP Deadline Rapidly Approaching

Starting August 27, 2013, all physicians who prescribe Schedule II, III and IV controlled substances will be required to consult

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To view the I-STOP webinar from July 15, 2013

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The Slides from the July 15, 2013 I-STOP webinar can be downloaded 

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NYS Department of Health: What Every Practitioner Needs to Know about Controlled Substance Prescribing
 
Frequently Asked Questions for the New York State Prescription Monitoring Program (revised July, 2013)
 
Alphabetical List of Controlled Substances