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MADDOG
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I can now see my pain doctor online video.
She can call in my meds.

YES the squeaky wheel gets the grease!!!!!!!!

MADDOG

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MannaMe
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I'm so happy for you!!

Or is it the barking dog who gets attention? lol

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So you're saying doctors don't have to give Rx's to us in person right now?
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Ann-Ohio
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I think you have to check with your doctor as not all have this service. It has been very useful for people who live in many areas where there are no doctors within reach.

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Any tips for others?

Congrats!

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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Bartenderbonnie
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As long as the designation of a public health emergency remains in effect (Corona), all DEC -registered practitioners in all areas of the United States may issue prescriptions for all schedule 11 - V controlled substances to patients for whom they have not conducted an in-person medical evaluation.

https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/coronavirus.html

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Ann-Ohio
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Here is the reply I got from my Ohio State Senator: I split it up for easier reading

"Thank you for reaching out to Senator Dolan.

Gov. Governor DeWine announced on March 19 an executive order that will expand access to medical and behavioral health services using telehealth

so that patients do not have to go into their doctor physically.

Patients don't need to have an existing relationship with a health care professional under this order.

Providers can use telemedicine in place of in-person visits, without enforcement from the State Medical Board of Ohio.

This includes prescribing controlled substances, prescribing chronic pain, pain management and office-based treatment for opioid addiction

Thank you again for reaching out and please let me know if you have further questions."

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MADDOG
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Thanks Ann
My pain doctors are installing the computers necessary for this.
Then i will get an appointment.
MADDOG

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