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agreement for exclusive medication managemt

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McCarl

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Has anyone been asked to sign an agreement stating that your psychiatrist is the only doctor who can prescribe psychotropic drugs? What does it mean?

Thanks McCarl
 
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Taffy

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Hi there :welcome:
not heard of it in UK but have heard of it happening in USA with Medicaid or similar..
 
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