SUBCHAPTER 7. UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
510:5-7-1. Unprofessional conduct related to Controlled Drugs
The Board has the right to refuse to issue, renew or reinstate a license and may revoke a license or impose other appropriate sanctions for unprofessional conduct. In addition to those acts of unprofessional conduct listed in Title 59 O.S., Section 637 the following acts shall be included without limiting, in any way the Board's ability to interpret other acts as unprofessional conduct:
(1) Indiscriminate or excessive prescribing, dispensing or administering controlled drugs.
(2) Issuing prescriptions for controlled drugs to minors in violation of Title 63 O.S.
(3) Purchasing, prescribing, dispensing, recommending, or administering any controlled drug or other regulated substance in Schedule I through V, as those schedules are defined in Title 63 O.S. chapter 2, Sections 2-101 et seq. for the physician's personal use unless it is prescribed, dispensed, recommended, or administered by another physician who is licensed to do so.
(4) The delegation of authority to another person for the signing of prescriptions, whether controlled substances or otherwise.
(5) Issue a prescription for a controlled substance without establishing a physician-patient relationship at the time of the initial prescription.
(6) Issue a prescription for a controlled substance without documentation, diagnosis, and physical exam.
(7) It shall not be considered unprofessional conduct for a physician to renew a prescription for controlled drugs over telemedicine provided an initial script was issued in person.
(8) Any violation of any provisions of Title 63 O.S., Chapter 2, Sections 2-101 et seq or the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Act.
[Source: Added at 13 Ok Reg 2225, eff 6-27-96; Amended 9-11-22]