Virginia’s Prescription Monitoring Program, or PMP, announces its new ability to share the prescription history of Military Treatment Facility patients under an agreement with the US Department of Defense Health Agency. For more information read the March 6, 2019 Press Release .
On January 24, 2018, Governor Ralph Northam announced that North Carolina is the most recent state to become interoperable with Virginia's PMP, an addition that makes Virginia's program fully integrated with more than half of U.S. states.
In order to improve patient safety in the battle against prescription drug and opioid abuse, the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville this month becomes the first large medical system in Virginia under a public-private grant to initiate use of the NarxCare Appriss digital bridge. NarxCare is used by prescribers and pharmacists within their work flow to expedite access to the Commonwealth’s Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP). Read the full news release.
In the fight against prescription drug abuse and opioid addiction, prescribers at Tidewater’s Bayview Physicians Group and their patients are among the first beneficiaries of NarxCare by Appriss Health offered by Virginia’s Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP). Read the full news release.