PDMP

Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs Benefit Pharmacists
Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs Benefit PharmacistsHow PDMPs are helping both patients and pharmacists.
More States Mandate Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramsA look at PDMPs in PA—what they are doing and how they are helping patients.
Ten ways the FDA is addressing the opioid epidemicScott Winiecki, MD, of the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, shares how the FDA is working to address the opioid epidemic.
Top strategies for incorporating PDMP data into physician work flowHow can physicians, already struggling to keep up with mounting regulations and larger patient loads, use PDMPs in more effective and efficient ways?
PDMPS: An effective but underutilized resource for prescribersMCOs are going to have to step up their efforts to impact the growing opioid epidemic in this country.
PDMP programs: 11 states to watchSome experts argue that prescription drug monitoring programs can be a game changer when it comes to curbing prescription abuse and misuse. Here are 11 states that stand out for their PDMPs (or lack thereof).
Do prescription drug monitoring programs work?
Do prescription drug monitoring programs work?An in-depth look at the effects of PDMPs, which are electronic databases used to track the prescribing and dispensing of controlled prescription drugs to patients.
Part II: Law: Educating and empowering patients and caregivers: The pharmacist’s role in reducing the risk of opioid overdose
Part II: Law: Educating and empowering patients and caregivers: The pharmacist’s role in reducing the risk of opioid overdoseThe goal of this program is to provide knowledge and awareness of the safety, efficacy, and legal status of the opioid overdose antagonist naloxone as part of a comprehensive opioid overdose education for patients and caregivers.