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Joyce, Acting Director of the Division of Consumer Affairs. “The Board took appropriate steps to protect the public by barring him from treating patients until this very serious matter is resolved.” The State’s allegations pertain to Spagnoletti’s treatment of seven patients during various periods between September 2005 and July 2017. The doctor is alleged to have engaged in gross negligence and professional misconduct that endangered patients’ lives by, among other things: Prescribing patients pain medication for years without identifying or treating the root causes of their pain, and without formulating coherent treatment plans with objective goals for managing it; Prescribing opioids and other CDS without discussing with patients the risks associated with the habit-forming drugs; Routinely refilling prescriptions early and exceeding dosage limits on opioids and other CDS; Ignoring signs that patients may be misusing, diverting, and/or addicted to the drugs, such as when patients obtained multiple prescriptions for the same drugs from different doctors and/or when patients’ urine drug screens were negative for the CDS prescribed and/or positive for illicit substances or CDS that was not prescribed. The Complaint, which identifies the patients by their initials, alleges that during the course of treatment Spagnoletti: Routinely prescribed full-month supplies of large quantities of Dilaudid, Oxycodone, and OxyContin only weeks apart to patient M.P. despite assessing him to be at “high-risk for opiate abuse.” Prescribed Actiq and Fentora to patient J.W., who did not have cancer. Saw J.W. one-to-two times a week for medication refills intended to last an entire month, including fentanyl patches and Actiq. Prescribed large quantities of Oxycodone, OxyContin, Amrix, Valium and other CDS to patient M.S despite the fact that she suffered severe side effects that included fatigue, forgetfulness, and poor short-term memory. Prescribed Subsys to A.P., who did not have cancer, and continued to overprescribe Subsys, OxyContin, and Oxycodone as treatment for patient A.P.’s chronic pain. Prescribed Actiq to patient T.U., who did not have cancer. Continued to over-prescribe OxyContin, and Morphine to T.U.
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