https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/Home:Tools You Can Use:Topics:Opioids:PDMP<p>​Pennsylvania physicians who are licensed, registered, or otherwise lawfully authorized to prescribe controlled substances, other drugs or devices in the course of professional practice or research in this Commonwealth are required to register in the state's new prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP). </p><p>The following section <a href="https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/Controlled%20Substances%20Database%20Basics"><span style="text-decoration:underline;"><font color="#0066cc">teaches you the basics of this law</font></span></a> and shows you how to register for the system. You can also find PAMED <a href="/learn-lead/topics/medications-pain-management-opioids/OpioidsCrisisCME#5">CME that can help you incorporate PDMP data</a> into clincial decision making.<br></p>

 

 

https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/PDMPQueryingRequirementsVideo: New Querying Requirements for PA PDMP<p>Robin Rothermel, Senior Director of Physician Support at PAMED, talks with Michael Siget, JD, PAMED’s Legislative & Regulatory Counsel, regarding PAMED member questions on Pennsylvania’s new Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP).</p>
https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/PDMPpasswordHow Often Are You Required to Change Your PA PDMP Password? <p>​Physicians and others who are registered with Pennsylvania's Prescription Drug Monitoring Program are currently required to change their password every three months.<br></p>
https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/PDMPQueryingChanges to PA PDMP Querying Requirements for Prescribers Take Effect on Jan. 1<p>​Four pieces of opioids legislation were signed into law by Gov. Wolf on Nov. 2, 2016. Since the laws were signed, PAMED members have been asking exactly how the PDMP querying requirements have changed. Here's a quick overview for prescribers. <br></p>
https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/PDMPPendingPA PDMP Registrations with a “Pending” Status: An Update for Prescribers and Dispensers<p>​The Pennsylvania Prescription Drug Monitoring (PDMP) team has confirmed that email correspondence is being sent to prescribers and dispensers whose PDMP applications are stuck in a "pending" status.<br></p>
https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/PDMPFall2016A Fall 2016 PDMP Update for Pennsylvania Physicians: By the Numbers<p>​PAMED has received updates from Pennsylvania's Department of Health on the state's progress in implementing the PDMP program. Check out some of the latest PDMP numbers and news.<br></p>
https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/PDMPLetterOct4Physicians Call for Clarification on PA PDMP Requirements for Ordering and Administration of Controlled Substances<p>​Pennsylvania physicians are seeking additional clarification from the PA Department of Health on the commonwealth's PDMP requirements for ordering and administration of controlled substances versus prescribing.<br></p>
https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/PDMPUpdateSept2016What Pa. Physicians Have Been Saying about State’s PDMP Since Querying Began on Aug. 25<p>​On Sept. 13, 2016, PAMED President Scott Shapiro, MD, sent a letter to Pennsylvania's Department of Health (DOH) to share physician comments on the PDMP and to reaffirm PAMED's partnership with DOH to ensure the PDMP's success.<br></p>
https://www.pamedsoc.org/tools-you-can-use/topics/opioids/pdmp/Controlled Substances Database BasicsWhat Pennsylvania Physicians Need to Know about the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program<p>Pennsylvania physicians who are licensed, registered, or otherwise lawfully authorized to prescribe controlled substances, other drug or device in the course of professional practice or research in this Commonwealth are required to register in the PDMP. Learn about the basics.</p>Physicians;#

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