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NC Controlled Substance Reporting System (NC CSRS)

A STOP Act requirement to check the NC Controlled Substance Reporting System (NC CSRS) before prescribing certain controlled substances went into effect July 7, 2021

Prescribers now must be registered and use the NC CSRS if they prescribe “targeted controlled substances,” specifically the use of schedule II and III Opioids and Narcotics. Among these, the substances are most commonly used opioid analgesics and buprenorphine.

NCPA worked hard to ensure that the typical medications that psychiatrists prescribe (like ADHD stimulants) were not included in the list of medications that require checking. Please see this list of substances that are considered "controlled," the list highlights in yellow the "targeted" drugs, Schedule II and III opioids and narcotics, which are the ones that require a prescriber to comply with CSRS provisions.  

The NC Medical Board has created a podcast on the CSRS Mandatory Reporting Requirement from the STOP Act, including integration with EHRs.

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