The Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) was established to promote public health and safety by detecting diversion and misuse of prescriptions for controlled substances as defined in Minnesota Statutes Section 152.126. Pharmacies and prescribers who dispense Schedule II-V substances submit prescription data into the PMP.Where can I find information about the PMP in Minnesota?
For additional information regarding the PMP, refer to Minnesota Statutes 152.126 Access the Prescription Monitoring Program. PMP is administrated by the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy.Who is required to join the PMP program?
As of July 1, 2017 enrollment into the PMP is mandated for all prescribing providers including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and dentists.How is prescription data collected in Minnesota PDMP?
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.