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ONLY for Children Under 11 Receiving 2 or More Psychotropic Medications

Preconsent Reviews are only to be submitted for children under the age of 11 and receiving two or more psychotropic medications.  For children 11 or older or, on only 1 […]

NO Neurological Disorders

Neurological Disorders do not use this service Medications prescribed for a neurological disorder like a seizure disorder do not fall under the psychotropic medication review requirements and are not addressed […]


Please call the Medconsult line if: the child is 11-years of age or older, the child is on only 1 psychotropic medication. you have any questions or issues with the website.

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Completing the online preconsent review form

  • To make submissions user-friendly, the online preconsent form includes multiple drop-down menus (“please select option”) for items like county or medication names.
  • It also lets you click a button to calculate age and BMI after you enter birth date, height and weight, and automatically enters Judicial Circuit once you select county of residence.
  • Most menu choices include an option of “other” for you – if you don’t find the needed choice, select “other” and a box will open where you type in your other information.
  • The preconsent review form allows review of up to four different medications; you will see the choice of “add another planned medication” at the end of Section 3. If you select this option, you will be given an entry field for planned medications #2, #3 and #4, if needed.
  • Examples of monitoring plans are provided; it is not required that you use the plans exactly as shown, however, your monitoring plans need to be consistent with good quality of care.

Submitting the online preconsent review form

  • The form has specific required fields marked by a “*” that have to be completed before you can submit.
  • Once you click submit you will see a print version of your submission and receive a job number confirming your submission; please print a paper or electronic version of the submission for your records.
  • If you encounter any problems with your online submission, please call us at 866-453-2266.
  • If you encounter a submission problem we may ask you to fax us a copy of your completed form to our fax number 352-265-8682. So please print a copy before hitting the submit button.

Receiving the completed review back

  • The completed review will be faxed back to the fax number/s you provided in the beginning of the online preconsent form. If you provided fax numbers for the provider and another recipient , we will send faxes to both.
  • E-mail notification of the fax, referencing the job number you received at submission, will be sent at the same time, to the e-mail address/es you provided for the provider and/or alternate e-mail recipient.


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