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The Benefits of the Enhanced Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) The Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) registry will provide practitioners with confidential reports from data provided by pharmacies across the state. Accessed through the secure, online New York Health Commerce System, results will be available in real-time.
In June 2012, the New York State Legislature unanimously passed, and in August 2012, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the bill into law. On August 27, 2013, I-STOP will go into full effect statewide. Read More
Learn more about "I-STOP," a new online system to track prescription drugs. If you suspect a medical professional is illegally overprescribing, please report it here..
One of the true highlights of the 2012 legislative session was recently signed into law by Governor Cuomo. It's called I-STOP and it's a measure that makes New York State a national leader in combating prescription drug abuse. Prescription drug abuse has emerged as one of America's most alarming, tragic and urgent public health challenges.
OSCAR - Five New York State agencies involved in regulating motor carrier activities have designed a one stop shopping Web site which allows the industry a single point of contact to apply, change, pay for, and receive the operating credentials for HUT/AFC, IFTA, IRP and OS/OW.
A new on-line instructional webinar is available which covers a variety of topics associated with the New York State Prescription Monitoring Program Registry (PMP) including the use of the PMP registry search and use of the PMP Data Collection Tool.