Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
COVID Waivers Expired - Impact on Practitioners
Applications for Electronic Prescribing Waivers
In order to expedite your application, the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs asks that all applications be submitted online with our click-to-pay feature. If you need to send an attachment along with your application, email it to BNDD@health.mo.gov. Once received, the application has to be reviewed and processed by BNDD staff before registration can be issued and the certificate printed. Applicants may check the bureau’s website periodically and click on the real-time link below to verify if a registration has been issued. The BNDD no longer mails certificates and they may be printed from the link below.
BNDD is currently experiencing a high volume of phone calls, emails and applications. The processing times for applications are longer than normal.
The current processing time for registrations is 12 business days.
Thank you for your patience.
Only the actual registrant may apply for and make changes to a registration.
Applications and changes may not be delegated to any other person.
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Activities and programs of the Department of Health and Senior Services ensure the safe and legal handling and distribution of narcotics and dangerous drugs used in the manufacture of controlled substances in Missouri. The department also works with law enforcement and other agencies to minimize the abuse of controlled substances in the state.
- Maintaining a registry, as required by state law, of the individuals and firms who prescribe, dispense or otherwise conduct activities which involve controlled substances.
- Encouraging proper management of controlled substances through routine inspections and audits of the records which must be kept by firms and individuals who lawfully manufacture, distribute, or dispense controlled substances.
- Investigating suspected irregularities or mismanagement involving controlled substances. Such investigations originate with complaints from the general public, other government agencies or may develop from routine inspections and audits conducted by Department representatives.
- Acting to correct or prevent unlawful practices, when detected, through education, or, if necessary, administrative action against the registration of the firms or individuals involved.
- Updating the Missouri Controlled Substances list each year and filing changes in the list with the Missouri Secretary of State for publication in the Missouri Register and the Code of State Regulations.