My best to you.
If you would, please fill out the feedback form after accepting. I appreciate this opportunity to help you out today. If I can be of further service to you, just put "for Anna" in the front of your new question, and I'll be the one to answer it.
So, even though I have medical records and prior prescriptions, they are still worried about their reputation or practice being taken from them because they prescibed meds to a person diagnoised with ADD?
If I accept your answer now, will I still be able to talk to you or...? I would like to ask a few more questions. I do really understand what the risk is for the physician?? Especially if the patient is new with proof of prior prescriptions. Even if there were no proof of prior prescriptions, the risk has got to be almost 0% due to the new patient status. I could understand if a patient that had been seeing the same shrink for several months and the MD started seeing signs of possible drug abuse. But, if the patient is new.....what's the risk....really? Please explain. Is there not something I can use somewhere in the books of law that will benefit my argument? Do you have a private practice? What are your SOPs? By the way, I am going to accept your previous answer but I am afraid we'll get cut off if I accept now and then I will have to pay again. Thanks!