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Reminder: Drug Reports Must Be Submitted Online Starting Nov. 1

Starting Nov 1st, drug reports can only be submitted online.

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Beginning Nov. 1, California veterinarians, practitioners, pharmacies and other drug prescribers will be required to submit drug reports online.

Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES) reports previously could be mailed or faxed in, but now the reports must be submitted through an online reporting application hosted by Sacramento-based Infinite Solutions Inc. (ISI).

The new system will make it much easier for authorized prescribers to quickly review controlled substance information via the automated Patient Activity Report in an effort to identify and deter drug abuse and diversion through accurate and rapid tracking of Schedule II through IV controlled substances, according to the Office of the Attorney General.

ISI validates submitted controlled substance prescription data using a validation criteria established by the Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement. ISI performs the validations and accepts data that meets the established criteria and rejects data that doesn’t. Errors and warnings are generated if the submitted data does not meet the validation criteria.

Veterinarians and others are required to register with ISI prior to submitting their reports. Each registered user can sign up for a user name and password. Click here for registration forms. Forms can also be found here. <HOME>

Beginning Nov. 1, California veterinarians, practitioners, pharmacies and other drug prescribers will be required to submit drug reports online. Beginning Nov. 1, California veterinarians, practitioners, pharmacies and other drug prescribers will be required to submit drug reports online. drug reports, ISI, CURES, controlled substances, veterinarians

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