NASCSA's mission is to support, equip, and advocate for state controlled substances authorities, prescription monitoring program administrators, and other members in their work to advance the public's health, safety and welfare.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), recently updated its Narcotic Treatment Program Manual. The manual has been prepared by DEA's
Diversion Control Division, as a guide to assist narcotic treatment programs (NTPs) in their understanding of the Federal...
You may have received the notice of the move of the Massachusetts Prescription Monitoring Program to 4.2A data submission. This requirement has been pushed out to September 1, 2022. You may find details on the upcoming move to 4.2A here: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/pharmacy-reporting-and...
To enhance provider access, the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services removed costs associated with an ePDMP EHR integration.
A preliminary agenda for the 38th Annual NASCSA Conference that will take place Oct. 24-27, 2022 at the Salt Lake City Marriott City Center in Salt Lake City, Utah is now available here. Additional...
In January 2019 NCPDP published NCPDP Standards-based Facilitator Model for PDMP-An Interoperable Framework for Patient Safety. In that paper, NCPDP provides their perspective on Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs) and a proposed solution. NASCSA reviewed this paper and created a...
RxGov by Tyler Technologies
RxGov is a leading Prescription Monitoring Platform (PMP) that improves access to clinical data pertinent to a patient's medication history and the risk factors associated with substance use disorder through the capture, analysis, proactive monitoring, and open sharing of a state's prescription dispense details.
The system is one of the most interoperable, integrated and intuitive on the market. It also includes complete oversight and compliance with the state's current PDMP system, including statewide mandates. RxGov allows the PDMP administrator unprecedented access to insightful data sets, such as query history and compliance reports at all levels: state, region, organization, and individual prescriber. Freely accessible data, enhanced by useful visualization tools, is central to RxGov.
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Click on a state to access the controlled substance and PMP database. Available information includes PMP and controlled substance contact information as well as PMP profiles. The database contains the most current information that is available to us.