A cooperation agreement between the doctor and the PA is necessary. The agreement must contain all the tasks delegated by the doctor and establish, among other things, the protocol that the PA must follow when prescribing a drug. Ind. Code §25-27.5-5-2 Licensed mental health counsellors are expressly prohibited from diagnosing patients. You can use counseling to assess and treat emotional and psychological problems and conditions in a wide range of settings, including mental and physical health facilities, child and family service agencies, or private practices. Ind. Code §25-23.6-1-7.5 A dental hygienist may practice in any environment or organization documented in the dental hygienist`s access practice contract. Ind. Code §25-13-1-10 An NP may prescribe prescription drugs and substances controlled by Schedules II-V if this is described in the written cooperation contract and certain requirements are met. 848 IAC §5-1-1 It is necessary to establish a cooperation agreement defining the way in which the NP and the medical practitioner collaborate, consult and consult the health care of patients. The provisions shall include the type of cooperation and the timely review of prescribing practices.

848 IAC §5-1-1(7) Pharmacists may change prescriptions after the patient`s consent. The pharmacist can change the amount, dosage and total lack of information. Ind. Code §25-26-13-25 The medical practitioner has the power to delegate medical services in such manner as he or she deems appropriate. The services must be those that the physician usually provides and for which he or she is qualified. Ind. Code §25-27.5-1-2 Indiana Credentials two types of addiction counselors. A licensed addiction counselor requires a bachelor`s degree with relevant training and two years of post-study experience. A licensed clinical addiction counselor requires a master`s or doctoral degree with relevant training and two years of post-study experience. Ind.

Code §25-23.6-10.5 and Indiana Professional Licensing Agency An AP may prescribe drugs, devices, and substances controlled by Schedules II-V if delegated by the attending physician. Ind. Code §25-27.5-5-4. In August 2018, 136 PRs in Indiana received a federal declaration of non-compliance to treat opioid addiction with products containing buprenorphine. In accordance with its authority and appropriate training or experience, a NPP may receive a federal declaration of waiver for the dispensing of products containing buprenorphine, as long as the medical officer is certified, trained or authorized to treat and treat patients with an opioid use disorder. 848 IAC §5-1-1 Indiana allows pharmacists to ban all smoking cessation products. A written protocol for drug treatment of smoking cessation must be approved by the Board of Pharmacy. Indiana Code § 25-26-13. The standards and requirements for the certification of healing specialists and peer convalescent coaches (I and II) are developed and managed by external non-profit certification providers. .

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