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    Jun 18, 18, 07:27 PM
    Good post. To piggy back off this, the law says that prescribers are supposed to run a KASPER on every patient before writing for a control and most do abide by this practice but plenty do not. On the pharmacy side, we are not legally required to run one but most do if they suspect something or if they are a completely and unknown patient. Kroger has their own report that pulls from KASPER and other states they operate in which saves us time...
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    Jun 16, 18, 06:04 PM
    I canít speak for Walgreens but at Kroger the pharmacy gets an email from Kroger when they are approaching their set limits on a range of opioid medications. The limit in question isnít an actual limit but one set internally by Kroger for the store based on their prescription volume and what they reasonably think they can fill. The limit set is for the month and the pharmacy in question gets an email saying they are approaching it. No Kroger...
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