Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program

     

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    Statewide Integration Project!  

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    The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy (BOP), through grants received from federal government and other state agencies, is providing a state-wide license to enable one-click access to Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) reports into approved Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Pharmacy Managment Systems (PMS) using Appriss Health's PMP Gateway Solution from September 1, 2020 through August 31, 2021.

    Through integration, your EHR or PDS, when prompted, will initiate a patient PMP search, using credentials and patient demographic information within your EHR or PDS, immediately returning a view of the patient’s controlled substance prescription history report, without leaving the clinical workflow.  The integration will continue to provide access to the NarxCare analytics tool and care management platform, which helps prescribers and dispensers analyze PMP data and manage substance use disorder.

    Many healthcare electronic record systems are already connected or in development to integrate with the PMP Gateway. You can see the status of your software system; CLICK HERE to view the current vendor status list. Please note there may be additional costs incurred to upgrade or develop your entity's software version to enable integration; these costs are the responsibility of the healthcare entity. 

    Please review the Minnesota PMP Gateway Welcome Kit for more information regarding details and processes.


    If your organization is interested in integrating your health IT system with the Minnesota PMP, submit your request by clicking the link below.

    PMP Integration Request Webpage

    STEPS TO FOLLOW:

    • Submit an Integration Request Form
    • Complete the End User License Agreement (sent after submitting the request form)
    • Complete the PMP Gateway Licensee Questionnaire (sent after submitting the request form)

     PLEASE NOTE:

    • Completing the Integration Request form will automatically generate the required forms to be sent to the Primary Contact provided.  
    • All three steps are required to participate
    • Only authorized decision makers should complete the request and documents.

    On behalf of the BOP, we look forward to working with you to improve provider access to critical controlled substance prescription history information and to combat the opioid crisis in the State of Minnesota.


     

    Supporting Patient Care Since 2010

    The Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) is a tool to be used by prescribers and pharmacists to assist in managing their patient’s care. It contains information provided by Minnesota licensed pharmacies and prescriber dispensers. Pharmacies and prescribers who dispense from their office submit prescription data to the PMP system for all Schedules II, III, IV and V controlled substances, butalbital and gabapentin dispensed in or into Minnesota. This protected health information is collected and stored securely. Minnesota licensed prescribers and pharmacists, and their delegated staff may be authorized to access information from the PMP database.The program was implemented to promote public health and welfare by detecting diversion, abuse and misuse of prescriptions for controlled substances as defined in Minnesota Statutes Section 152.126


     The MN PMP anticipates no service interuption due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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