Out of an abundance of caution, Pima County is following guidance from the Centers for Disease…
After the Arizona Board of Pharmacy announced that the Arizona Controlled Substance Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) is now integrated with Health Current, the statewide health information exchange, the monitoring program will take effect October 16.
Authorities say PMP is an important tool to reduce morbidity, mortality, misuse, and abuse related to prescription drugs, specifically opioids. The primary function of the PMP is to provide a central database of all prescriptions dispensed for Schedule II, III, and IV controlled substances in Arizona.
Download the updated PMP Compliance Checklist and learn about the components of the impending mandate.