How to Survive a DEA Inspection - Veterinary Medicine and Controlled Substances

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How to Survive a DEA Inspection - Veterinary Medicine and Controlled Substances

This webinar will discuss federal laws on administering and dispensing veterinary medicine, penalties for non-compliance, DEA required records and effective methods to prevent unauthorized use of controlled substances.Why Should You Attend:The Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) through their Office of Diversion Control (“Diversion”) is responsible for enforcing federal laws and DEA regulations pertaining to the administering, dispensing and prescribing of controlled substances by practitioners practicing veterinary medicine in a hospital, clinic or private office.The Controlled Substances Act requires all veterinarian to maintain a complete and accurate records of any administering, dispensing or prescribing of Schedules II through V controlled substances used in treating animal patients.Who Will Benefit:All medical practitioners whose field of medicine is veterinary medicine, surgery or dentistry and animal health technicians who are supervised by such practitioners.Veterinary medicine practitioners - physicians, surgeons, etc.Compliance officers in clinics and medical officesPharmacistsManufacturers of veterinary medicineDistributors of veterinary medicineVeterinarians and animal health techniciansInstructor Profile:In January 2009, Carlos M. Aquino founded PharmaDiversion, LLC as a compliance consulting firm assisting DEA registrants, who handle controlled substances and regulated chemicals, with compliance of federal laws and regulations that are enforced by DEA through the Office of Diversion Control. This is done through a “Mock” audit and inspection equivalent to a DEA Diversion on-site inspection. The firm also provides in-service training on various areas pertaining to compliance with federal laws and DEA regulations for handling controlled substances.Consultant Carlos M. Aquino brings 36 years of experience on handling illicit and pharmaceutical controlled substances and regulated chemicals. This includes 12 years with the Philadelphia DEA Diversion and 24 years with the Philadelphia Police Department. During the last 10 years, he was assigned to the Philadelphia DEA Task Force as a street supervisor, undercover agent and case agent investigating the distribution of illicit drugs and the diversion of pharmaceutical drugs.Note:Use coupon code NB5SQH8N and get 10% off on registration.For Registration:http://www.complianceonline.com/dea-inspection-of-veterinary-medicine-and-controlled-substances-webinar-training-704885-prdw?channel=scientistsolutions