Opioid Prescribing Rules for Dentists


Opioid Prescribing—General Provisions
246-817-901 Intent and scope.
246-817-905 Exclusions.
246-817-906 Definitions.
246-817-907 Patient notification, secure storage, and disposal.
246-817-908 Use of alternative modalities for pain treatment.
246-817-909 Continuing education requirements for opioid prescribing.
246-817-911 Diagnosis identified on prescription.

Opioid Prescribing—Acute Nonoperative Pain and Acute Perioperative Pain
246-817-913 Treatment plan—Acute nonoperative pain and acute perioperative pain.

Opioid Prescribing—Subacute Pain
246-817-915 Patient evaluation and patient record.
246-817-916 Treatment plan—Subacute pain.

Opioid Prescribing—Chronic Pain Management
246-817-919 Patient evaluation and patient record.
246-817-920 Treatment plan.
246-817-930 Written agreement for treatment.
246-817-935 Periodic review.
246-817-950 Consultation—Recommendations and requirements.
246-817-955 Consultation—Exemptions for exigent and special circumstances.
246-817-960 Consultation—Exemptions for the dentist.
246-817-965 Pain management specialist.
246-817-966 Assessment of treatment plan.
246-817-967 Patients with chronic pain, including those on high doses, establishing a relationship with a new dentist.

Opioid Prescribing—Special Populations
246-817-970 Special populations—Patients twenty-four years of age or under, pregnant patients, and aging populations.
246-817-971 Episodic care of chronic opioid patients.

Opioid Prescribing—Coprescribing
246-817-975 Coprescribing of opioids with certain medications.
246-817-976 Coprescribing of opioids for patients receiving medication assisted treatment.
246-817-977 Coprescribing of naloxone.

Opioid Prescribing—Prescribing Monitoring Program
246-817-980 Prescription monitoring program—Required registration, queries, and documentation.