Michigan: 2021 EPCS Mandate Deadline
The Deadline is October 1st, 2021. Are You Prepared?
RXNT Will Help You Comply in Michigan
Beginning October 1st, 2021 all prescriptions, including Schedule II–V controlled substance medications, must be transmitted electronically to pharmacies in Michigan state. Violation of the provisions could result in penalties or fines for your practice! For more specific information about the Michigan EPCS ruling, see Senate Bill 248 and Senate Bill 254 from the Michigan Legislature, which detail the electronic prescribing requirements and exemptions. To comply with EPCS regulations, prescribers must complete identity proofing, set up a two-factor authentication device, and utilize certified, secure electronic prescription software.
Is your practice equipped to handle the requirements? RXNT has pioneered the electronic prescribing software industry for more than two decades, and we’ve been EPCS-certified by the DEA since legislation was enacted in 2010. Our experience translates into a proven, secure, affordable medical solution that will have you e-prescribing within 10 business days or less!*
*Write prescriptions within 10 days after you enroll and complete the self-paced training.
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