The FDA has announced that it’s loosening some restrictions on doctors who are using certain prescription painkillers.
The FDA said it will permit doctors to dispense painkillers from pharmacies to patients and to allow them to sell the products to customers at pharmacies.
This will allow doctors to get more prescriptions for the same drugs, as opposed to having to dispensed all of them.
But it won’t be easy.
The agency said it has a lot of work to do to get the rules right, and that the rules will likely be changed before the rule goes into effect.
The rules are designed to give doctors more flexibility and control over prescribing medications, while still ensuring patients are protected against the potential risks of misuse.
The new rules allow doctors and pharmacies to set different dosages of opioids and restrict how much a doctor can prescribe to patients.
They also allow for pharmacies to sell some drugs to patients without a prescription, as long as the drugs are clearly marked and labeled as opioids.
These rules won’t come into effect immediately, and they’re still subject to the rules being revised.
But they are expected to be in place by the end of 2018.
The change in prescription policies comes as the number of opioid overdoses has skyrocketed over the past year.
And it comes as doctors are trying to find ways to curb the overdoses, and there’s concern that some drugs are being prescribed for people who are too weak to use them.
Doctors have been using different methods to curb overdoses, such as limiting the amount of opioid painkillers patients take or increasing the dosage they’re allowed to prescribe.
But the FDA has said these are only temporary solutions.
Doctors will have to change their prescribing practices and use other methods to help their patients get their pain medication in a timely manner, the agency said.