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An approved health care practitioner or pharmacist may submit queries to the CURES database through a health information technology system if the entity that operates the health information technology system can certify meeting the requirements specified in HSC section 11165.1 (a) (1) (E).How do I register for cures?
Prescribers and Pharmacists can register by accessing the CURES User Registration. Section 11165.4 of the Health and Safety Code, sets forth the requirements for mandatory consultation of CURES. Please refer to your respective state licensing board for additional information regarding the CURES consultation requirement.What is cures certification?
CURES Certification. On April 2, 2018, the California Department of Justice certified CURES is ready for statewide use. Pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 11165.4(e), beginning Oct. 2, 2018, certain health care practitioners must consult CURES before prescribing a Schedule II, III or IV controlled substance.What happens if I violate the terms and conditions of cures?
Any violation of the terms and conditions of CURES, or any applicable state or federal law or regulation, is prohibited by law and may result in criminal, civil, or administrative action. You can login below, or sign up for a new account to access the State of California's Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (CURES).