File Status Reports containing errors electronically distributed to the dispenser or their PMP Data Submitter (i.e. software vendor, corporate uploader, etc.) based on the dispenser's Clearinghouse account.What is the purpose of the Minnesota prescription monitoring program?
The purpose of the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) is to promote public health and welfare by detecting diversion, abuse, and misuse for the prescription medications classified as controlled substances under the Minnesota statutes. For additional information regarding the PMP, refer to Minnesota Statutes 152.126How often should a prescriber query the PMP in Minnesota?
The Minnesota mandated use currently states that all prescribers who are a part of an Opioid Treatment Programs (OTP) must query the PMP every 90 days when treating a patient with an Opioid Use Disorder. In 2017, the PMP is working on enhancements to the PMP including, but not limited to:When to report gabapentin to the MN PMP?
Dispensers (pharmacies) licensed by the MN Board of Pharmacy must report daily, all Minnesota schedule II-V controlled substances, butalbital and gabapentin prescriptions to the Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program (MN PMP), when dispensed in or into the State.