Common DEA citations in veterinary practices
In a dvm360® interview, the cofounder of Ask Jan listed some of the most frequent questions she receives surrounding DEA citations, plus why it is so important to document how drugs and medications move throughout the clinics.
During an interview at the Fetch dvm360® San Diego conference, Jan Woods, cofounder of Ask Jan, revealed some of the most prevalent questions she receives regarding DEA citations within veterinary practices, plus stressed the importance of documenting the transportation of drugs throughout the clinic.
View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript:
Jan Woods, cofounder of Ask Jan: The No. 4 violation that you can be cited for dollar-wise is $17,400. Never does the DEA come in [a practice] and find 1 thing wrong. So, 1 of the most common things we see is that people are not charting how that drug moves through the practice.