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So, was it the date issued that should tip us off?MBee
Yes, what made someone suspicious? Too much information? Too readable?
Handwriting, as a Pharmacist myself. We know mostly all the Doctors within the area & know what there writing & signature looks like. Red flag when you get a controlled script from a Doctor you know & the handwriting is off or too readable. Another red flag is the "patient is moving to UK, patient will follow up with pcp in UK" a Dr. would never write this on a script as we dont need to know this information unless the patient is getting an early refill approved by his doctor for traveling. In this case we always call the Dr to verify the date the patient is leaving & returning
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