(you bring a pack of written, but unsigned, scripts, smiling shyly and sweetly):
- Good morning, Dr. Jones, how are you doing? Yeah, I've did calls for (X,Y,Z), and got (D, F, H) ... and (A,B, C) need their pain meds, I already wrote all scripts for you ... here they are... would you mind to sign them for me, PLEASE (and keep smiling
If any question, state that you are new and pharmacies bother you with calls to "clarify" everything because they are not familiar with you, your NPI and your DEA. Whether it being true or not
Another way is to request a meeting with your physicians and practice manager and state, that, since you willy-nilly became Mr./Ms. EMR Runner/Script Writer for the whole place, they make up some order to at least make it all look legally acceptable for you. Especially if you work in "fully independent" state. Do not forget to ask for a little raise for your efforts doing so.
I do not work in "independent" state, so all my controlled scripts (and I do a whole heck of them since I run hospice part of practice among other things) go under my collaborating physician's name. I still write down why I change/do not change dose, especially when things get escalating. But in any case becoming a script writer for a whole place is not a pleasant position, so make some efforts not to put yourself there.