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Overall Evaluation
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Knowledge of the 3 C’s that characterize addiction
Knowledge of characteristics of a PDMP profile that suggest abuse or diversion of drugs
Knowledge of strategies that complement use of PDMP reports to provide a more complete picture of a patient’s use of prescription meds when the PDMP report suggests abuse or diversion
Ability/likelihood to obtain a PDMP report prior to the first controlled substance prescription for a patient
Ability/likelihood to obtain a PDMP report at least annually for every patient for whom I prescribe controlled substances
Ability/likelihood to appropriately differentiate between physical dependence, tolerance and addiction for patients who are requesting an increase in pain medication dosage
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Knowledge of the 3 C’s that characterize addiction
Knowledge of characteristics of a PDMP profile that suggest abuse or diversion of drugs
Knowledge of strategies that complement use of PDMP reports to provide a more complete picture of a patient’s use of prescription meds when the PDMP report suggests abuse or diversion
Ability/likelihood to obtain a PDMP report prior to the first controlled substance prescription for a patient
Ability/likelihood to obtain a PDMP report at least annually for every patient for whom I prescribe controlled substances
Ability/likelihood to appropriately differentiate between physical dependence, tolerance and addiction for patients who are requesting an increase in pain medication dosage
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Obtain a PDMP report prior to the first controlled substance prescription for a patient.
Obtain a PDMP report at least annually for every patient for whom I prescribe controlled substances.
Appropriately differentiate between physical dependence, tolerance and addiction for patients who are requesting an increase in pain medication dosage.
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