The law contains specific requirements for the ordering and equipment of Schedule II and III drugs, which may be carried out in accordance with the patient`s practice agreement or specific prescription approved by the treating physician or supervisor. The statute contains additional specific requirements that the supervisory physician and the Palestinian Authority must meet to enable the Palestinian Authority to equip or order chedule II and III medicines. APs and supervisory physicians should conduct a thorough review of the status and strictly comply with these requirements. Everyone has a practice agreement model that I can consult to change and create one for my office? I had used Capa`s former service agreement delegation at the beginning and modified to meet our private practice needs. Thanks in advance! pw Another welcome change is the removal of very specific – and often heavier – prudential requirements. “Monitoring” always means that a licensed physician and surgeon (not a podiatrist, dentist or other physician) “supervise and assume the activities of dad`s medical services.” However, monitoring only requires that the father follow the monitoring agreed in the practice agreement and that the physician be available by telephone or other electronic communications when the PA examines the patient. It is also important that APs are no longer automatically considered the doctor`s medication. The Palestinian Authority and the supervisory physician may include a provision that The Father, as a medical agent, will enshrine in the practice agreement, but the value of such a name is unclear. An important change is the replacement of “delegations of service agreements” with “practical agreements.” Like the previous transfer of service agreements, practical agreements are needed to enable the Palestinian Authority to practice, develop with at least one doctor and define the medical services that PaPa has the power to perform. In a period of striking absence from previous requirements, the practice agreements, which were developed “through the collaboration” of one or more physicians, allow all physicians in the staff of an “organized health system” to monitor one or more APAs in the organized health system.