If you are a Nurse Advanced Practice who wants to administer, dispense, or procure controlled substances in Indiana, you must receive an Indiana Controlled Substance Registry (CSR). The registration fee is $60.00 usd and can be paid to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency. They can send CSR and pre-prescribing authorization requests together and include an exam. REGISTRATION FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. You must also obtain registration from the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). You should contact the DEA at (317) 226-7997 to obtain an application and any other information about this registration or visit their website. In order to make it easier and more effective for medical assistants practicing under the State Department of Osteopathic Medicine to help take emergency measures against COVID-19, Governor Wolf has accepted the Foreign Department`s request to suspend the requirements for written agreements and several other points. 7. The parties shall review and update at least once every two years or at each amendment to the contract. If the applicant was initially authorized by prescription: (1) Be in writing, identify the parties, including the cooperating physician, the CRNP and at least one substitute physician who collaborates when the cooperating physician is not available, attach the signature of the CRNP and the cooperating physician and indicate the date of signature of the agreement and the date of signature, the date of entry into force of the Agreement. (a) The cooperation agreement between a physician and a CRNP that prescribes and dispenses medicinal products and other medical therapeutic or corrective measures in accordance with Article 21.283 (a) (with regard to the authority and qualifications required for the prescription, dispensing and ordering of medicinal products) shall meet the following requirements.

The agreement must: DOS has found that such a list of suspensions related to written agreements is not necessary for medical assistants who practice under the State Board of Medicine. This aid is due to a clause relating to emergency medical services, see 49 Pa. Medical Board Code 18.162, which authorizes licensed medical assistants to meet a need for medical care resulting from a declared state of emergency by bringing care into compliance with relevant standards of care. This clause applies to medical assistants licensed in Pennsylvania and medical assistants licensed or licensed in another state. The State Board of Osteopathic Medicine does not have a similar emergency service clause. In the absence of CRNA certification trials during the emergency, the requirement for CRNA graduates to apply to the Board of Directors for the authority to continue practicing prior to the first available exam was also waived. CRNA graduates who make use of this waiver must practice under the direction and in the presence of a patron or director of anesthesia services or a board-certified anesthesiologist. Update July 2020: Some care licenses, which were initially removed on April 30, 2020 and extended until July 29, 2020, have been renewed until August 28, 2020. Click here for more information.

(b) The CRNP shall inform the Board of Directors in writing of the update or termination of a prescriptive authority`s cooperation agreement and, where applicable, submit to the Board the « Change Of Prescriptive Authority Collaborative Agreement » form and the revised prescriptive authority`s cooperation agreement and pay the remuneration provided for in Article 21.253 (with respect to royalties). THIS REQUEST IS FOR THE AUTHORITY TO PRESCRIBE AUTONOMOUSLY AS AN ADVANCED NURSE PRACTITIONER….