- CFS 431-A, Rev. 9/2011
- Medicaid and Illinois Cares Rx Program Preferred Drug List
- DCFS General Forms: General forms used by the Department of Children and Family Services.
- Request for Copy of consent
- Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code (MHDD Code)
- Rule 325 Administration of psychotropic medication to children for whom DCFS is responsible.
- Rule 384 Behavioral treatment in residential child care facilities.
- HB 286: HB 286 Requires DCFS to amend and promulgate final rules on or before Oct. 1, 2011 to govern the administration of psychotropic medications. Section 10 discusses the enforcement of this rule and steps to be taken when violated.
- HFS Announcement- Four Prescription Limit: For an adolescent on 5 medications, including a medication not on the preferred list; will need to obtain prior authorization for the medication not on the PDL and a separate prior authorization for medications over 4 prescriptions in addition to obtaining DCFS consent.
- Illinois Controlled Substances Act (720 ILCS 570/): Sec. 309. On or after April 1, 2000, no person shall issue a prescription for a Schedule II controlled substance, which is a narcotic drug listed in Section 206 of this Act; or which contains any quantity of amphetamine or methamphetamine, their salts, optical isomers or salts of optical isomers; phenmetrazine and its salts; gluthethimide; and pentazocine, other than on a written prescription; provided that in the case of an emergency, epidemic or a sudden or unforeseen accident or calamity, the prescriber may issue a lawful oral prescription where failure to issue such a prescription might result in loss of life or intense suffering, but such oral prescription shall include a statement by the prescriber concerning the accident or calamity, or circumstances constituting the emergency, the cause for which an oral prescription was used. Within 7 days after issuing an emergency prescription, the prescriber shall cause a written prescription for the emergency quantity prescribed to be delivered to the dispensing pharmacist. The prescription shall have written on its face "Authorization for Emergency Dispensing", and the date of the emergency prescription. The written prescription may be delivered to the pharmacist in person, or by mail, but if delivered by mail it must be postmarked within the 7-day period. Upon receipt, the dispensing pharmacist shall attach this prescription to the emergency oral prescription earlier received and reduced to writing. The dispensing pharmacist shall notify the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation if the prescriber fails to deliver the authorization for emergency dispensing on the prescription to him or her. Failure of the dispensing pharmacist to do so shall void the authority conferred by this paragraph to dispense without a written prescription of a prescriber. All prescriptions issued for Schedule II controlled substances shall include both a written and numerical notation of quantity on the face of the prescription. No prescription for a Schedule II controlled substance may be refilled. The Department shall provide, at no cost, audit reviews and necessary information to the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation in conjunction with ongoing investigations being conducted in whole or part by the Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. (Source: P.A. 97-334, eff. 1-1-12.)