NEW Training Requirement for DEA Registered Physicians under the (MATE) Act
How your local osteopathic district is helping you meet the DEA requirement
Starting June 27, 2023, when renewing your DEA license, you will be required to attest to obtaining eight-hours of training on the treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders. The resource made available by the American Osteopathic Association can be found below or here. Our continuing medical education is sponsored by the Ohio Osteopathic Association (OOA) / American Osteopathic Association (AOA), and meets the requirements set forth by the DEA as outlined in the letter.
Addictoholic Deconstructed/Addiction 101 | Nicole T. Labor, DO | January 28, 2023
Chronic Pain Management: The Biopsychosocial Approach | Pavan Tankha, DO | September 17, 2022
Prescribing of Control Drugs During a RXDA Epidemic | Theodore V. Parran, Jr. MD | January 28, 2022
Neurobiology of Adolescent Addiction and Treatment Options for Adolescents | William Goldman, DO | January 29, 2022
Hallucinogens & Other Drugs that should be on our radar| William Goldman, DO | September 18, 2021
Addiction 2021: Challenges Facing Physicians | Theodore V. Parran, Jr. MD | January 29, 2021
Verifying your participating in the above courses is simple! Login to your account on www.caomed.com. and select "View CEU and Print Transcript". If you attended the presentations listed above, you will see listed by date and presentation name and print out the certificate for your records.
Helpful Information from the AOA on the Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act
ACCME FAQ on the Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act
U.S. Department of Justice | DEA Letter regarding requirement