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Utilizing PDMP

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The Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) system allows authorized users to access patient controlled substance history information at the point of care.

Authorized users include licensed healthcare prescribers eligible to prescribe controlled substances, pharmacists authorized to dispense controlled substances, law enforcement, and regulatory boards.

Our Goal

Our goal is to make the PDMP system available to all healthcare providers in California quickly and effectively. To obtain access to the PDMP system, we have provided a number of options listed below:

Are you an individual licensed healthcare prescriber?

If so, please register on-line at   https://pmp.doj.ca.gov/pmpreg/   and follow the registration instructions.

Is your organization interested in utilizing our PDMP system?

Based on the size of your organization and the maturity level of your information technology (IT) infrastructure, please select one of the following options. If your organization:

Employs 500-1000+ healthcare providers, has 10 or more locations, and has its own IT department

Employs 100-500 healthcare providers, has more than 1 location, and has its own IT department

Employs 25-100 healthcare providers, has multiple locations, and has limited in-house IT support

Employs less than 25 healthcare providers, has less than 3 locations, and has no in-house IT support

First step, contact us:

  • CURES/PDMP
  • Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigative Services
  • Law Enforcement Support Program
  • PO Box 160447
  • Sacramento, CA 95816

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