After the date on which the report described in section 3204(b) of the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act is submitted, the Attorney General, in coordination with the Secretary, may modify the number of days described in subsection (a)(5).
21 U.S. Code § 829a. Delivery of a controlled substance by a pharmacy to an administering practitioner
(a) In generalNotwithstanding section 802(10) of this title, a pharmacy may deliver a controlled substance to a practitioner in accordance with a prescription that meets the requirements of this subchapter and the regulations issued by the Attorney General under this subchapter, for the purpose of administering the controlled substance by the practitioner if—
(2) the controlled substance is to be administered for the purpose of maintenance or detoxification treatment under section 823(g)(2) of this title and—
the controlled substance is to be administered by injection or implantation;
notwithstanding any exceptions under section 827 of this title, the prescribing practitioner, and the practitioner administering the controlled substance, as applicable, maintain complete and accurate records of all controlled substances delivered, received, administered, or otherwise disposed of under this section, including the persons to whom controlled substances were delivered and such other information as may be required by regulations of the Attorney General.
(b) Modification of number of days before which controlled substance shall be administered
(1) Initial 2-year periodDuring the 2-year period beginning on October 24, 2018, the Attorney General, in coordination with the Secretary, may reduce the number of days described in subsection (a)(5) if the Attorney General determines that such reduction will—
(2) Modifications after submission of report