Prescribers 2018-03-15T09:14:05+00:00

Prescribers

Inclusion Criteria for Patients who Should Receive Overdose Prevention Education and a Prescription for a Naloxone Rescue Kit
To view the full prescription criteria, please click here.

SAMHSA Treatment Improvement Protocol 63
This Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) reviews the use of the three Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved medications used to treat opioid use disorder (OUD)—methadone, naltrexone, and buprenorphine—and the other strategies and services needed to support recovery for people with OUD. Click here to download the PDF.

Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP)
The Nevada Prescription Monitoring program is a tracking program managed by the Nevada State Board of Pharmacy. The program allows a patient’s prescription history to be readily available to practitioners and pharmacists. The program helps evaluate a course of patient care and assists healthcare providers in determining if a patient is abusing controlled substances.

NV PMP Reports
Prescription monitoring program reports contain a summary of patient history for schedule II, III and IV controlled substances the patient has received. The report specifies drug name, quantity, date written, date filled, prescriber, dispenser and method of payment. These records are reported by the dispensing pharmacy or dispensing practitioner.

Prescribers Sign Up Here

Access to NV PMP
Only health care providers authorized to prescribe or dispense controlled substances including, physicians, dentists, advanced practitioners of nursing, physician assistants and pharmacists have access to the Prescription Monitoring Program reports.

Privacy
The HIPAA Privacy Rule limits how covered providers may use identifiable health information. Personal health information may not be used for purposes unrelated to health care. Covered entities may use or share only the minimum amount of protected information needed for a particular purpose. However, the rule does not restrict prescribers from sharing information needed to treat their patients. Willful disclosure of prescription information may be subject to disciplinary action, civil penalties or criminal action.

The Nevada Prescription Drug Monitoring program (PDMP) is a tracking system allowing access to a patient’s prescription history to participating practitioners and pharmacists. The program assists in evaluating if a patient is abusing controlled substances.

Sign up is only a few clicks away!
First visit: https://nevada.pmpaware.net/login
Click on create an account then click watch the video. It’s a useful tutorial on how to set up your account.

  1. Create a login and password – we’re pretty sure you know the drill. Use your email then a password. Once done, click the register button.
  2. A verification link will be sent to your email, simply click on the link to verify your address and that it’s you and not a robot before Admin can approve your account.
  3. Next you’ll be asked to select your role. There will be a drop down menu to choose the category of your specific role (practice or profession). Once you make a selection, click the Update User Roles and Continue button.
  4. Finally you’ll need to enter your information and your employers. Then click the finish button. A confirmation message will appear – all systems are a go! Well almost – go back to your email and click the verification link.
  5. There are a few more steps – but you’re well on your way to helping our state provide better care for your patients.

Information you need to register:

  • Validation Documents (if required)
  • DEA Number or National Provider Number
  • Professional License Number
  • Controlled Substance ID
  • Employer Info
  • Your Specific License Number for your profession

The websites you need to register:
Helpful links:
http://bop.nv.gov/links/PMP/

Login:
https://nevada.pmpaware.net/login

Videos on PMP:
https://appriss.articulate-online.com/p/6786110338/DocumentViewRouter.ashx?Cust=67861&DocumentID=ca15522e-00ee-4d28-bd76-8529d3f11cb3&Popped=True&v=7&InitialPage=presentation.html