Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)

Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) agency of the U.S. Department of Justice is charged with enforcing laws that cover trafficking in controlled substances.

DEA is a United States federal law enforcement agency under the U.S. Department of Justice, tasked with combating drug smuggling and use within the United States. The DEA agency licenses anyone who prescribes or dispenses drugs. It has sole responsibility for coordinating and pursuing US drug investigations both domestic and abroad.

The DEA agency has strict rules on prescription authority and record keeping. It assigns a unique DEA Registration Number to authorized practitioners and hospitals in order to keep track of the distribution of controlled drugs. Every prescription written in the United States bears a DEA number, that of the prescribing doctor. The DEA number is often used by the industry as a general "prescriber number" that is a unique identifier for anyone who can prescribe medication.

Source: Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)

DEA Data Tenant

The DEA data tenant facilitates users to obtain the master data of healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, and their locations.

The DEA data tenant facilitates users to obtain the master data of healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations, and their locations. It contains the full database of associated DEA attributes, including DEA license numbers, expiration dates, and schedule of approved products to prescribe, that have been fully mapped to the standard Reltio canonical of values. It helps customers in acquiring external data, enrich information already available to them, and then share the enriched data internally with ease.

Multiple customer tenants can subscribe to DEA data tenant through the Data Tenant Subscription Service (DTSS) connection. DTSS enables the seamless sharing of data between Reltio tenants, without any external ETL (Extract, Transform, and Load) or integration effort.