General PDMP Information
Senate Bill 286 was signed into law by Governor John Lynch on June 12, 2012. It created a controlled drug health and safety program (prescription monitoring program) funded entirely through the Federal & private grants & at no cost to the state general fund. NH joined 48 other states currently with prescription monitoring programs in place. The program monitors controlled drug prescriptions (in DEA Schedules II through IV) to track/flag "doctor shoppers" and multiple/duplicate controlled substance prescriptions for a patient and notify law enforcement and the various state/federal regulatory boards of any unusual activity.
View the State Statute (RSA 318-B:31-38) regarding the program.
View the Board's Rules (Ph 1500) regarding the program.
A 13-Member Advisory Council was created to assist the Board of Pharmacy in an advisory capacity and with the development / operation of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (Controlled Drug Health & Safety Program).
More information on the program can be obtained by contacting the PMP Program Manager, Michelle Ricco Jonas by phone 603-271-6980 or email email@example.com
Important PDMP Links
The link below will bring you to the NH Prescription Drug Monitoring Program public site. From here you can access valuable information about registration, patient querying, and data uploading. On this page, a “quick link” on the bottom left side of the home page labeled “ACCESS SYSTEM DIRECTLY” can be clicked on to bring you directly to the sign in page so that you can access the system and begin querying.
The NH Center for Excellence is pleased to announce the launch of a new website directory specific for locating alcohol and drug treatment service providers. This site will allow practitioners and the general public to search by location and service type to find available service providers in NH. TREATMENT is available. Help make a referral today. Visit: www.nhtreatment.org
The PMP Advisory Council Meets on the Third Monday of Every Month from 3:00 - 5:00 PM and the public is welcome to attend. The meetings are held at the Philbrook Building, 121 South Fruit Street, Concord, NH.