Saturday, December 09, 2006

Real-time online Rx drug database studied

Sacramento, CA: An online network that would report patients' purchases of prescription drugs in real time is under discussion in the California state legislature. Advocates say the network is needed to stop patients conning multiple doctors to issue prescriptions for popular drugs of abuse such as Vicodin, Oxycontin, and others. But the plan also raises privacy concerns. Such programs unjustly target chronic pain sufferers and their physicians, who end up feeling bullied by law enforcement not to treat pain, argues Siobhan Reynolds, founder of the nonprofit Pain Relief Network. A discussion of pros and cons is in RedOrbit.


Anti addiction Advocate said...

Real-time reporting of prescription drugs sounds like an excellent idea. With state-of-the-art safeguards, privacy should NOT be an issue. Did I miss something? Why would such a program unjustly target chronic pain sufferers and their physicians?

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