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In the United States, board-certified physicians can issue online prescriptions for certain types of medications. However, licensed physicians are only allowed to write an electronic prescription in states where the prac... More »

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Pursuant to the Controlled Substances Act, doctors cannot legally prescribe drugs to a patient unless the doctor has conducted an in-person physical exam of the patient and reviewed the patient's medical history, accordi... More »

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You get an online prescription from your doctor if the health care provider uses e-prescriptions and your pharmacy receives them, according to LearnAboutEPrescriptions.com. As of December 2015, 93 percent of pharmacies a... More »

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