HUGE pain in the ass. For some a handwritten scrip is actually required. In our state a prescriber _can_ actually write you multiple prescriptions with future fill dates but finding one that understands the legality and is willing can be difficult (plus they lose the office visit charge). And, as you said, 'transferring' is SneakerNet rather than electronic. So even if you drop it at a Walgreens that ends up not having enough stock they can't send it to another location.Northland10 wrote: ↑Mon Aug 12, 2019 7:33 amSomething covered by the Controlled Substances Act. I can attest that it is a pain in the rear and if you have a pharmacy that is not all that great, it can make it worse. My meds for ADD are schedule II, so I go through the fun every month.
A pharmacy can transfer the Rx (if they have not yet filled it) but that involves basically giving you it back to take to another pharmacy. There are no refills as every one must be a new prescription. Now sure how it works with electronic systems now since my doctor still does handwritten.
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