What is on my PMP Report and how do I get a copy?
The Virginia PMP receives a daily record of all medications dispensed in Virginia by every pharmacy and every entity authorized to dispense covered substances. In Virginia, “covered substances” are defined as all medications in Schedules II, III, IV; Schedule V drugs that require a prescription; naloxone (an overdose reversal medication), and all products dispensed by pharmaceutical processors located in Virginia and permitted by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy. The Virginia Board of Pharmacy refers to products dispensed by pharmaceutical processors as cannabis oil products. Schedule II drugs include narcotic medications such as OxyContin and Vicodin, and Schedule III drugs include less potent (and less addictive) medications such as Tylenol with codeine, and testosterone. Schedule IV drugs include medications that have an even lower potential for abuse such as Ativan and Tramadol. Schedule V drugs that require a prescription include cough medications with codeine and Lyrica, among others.
To obtain a copy of your own personal PMP report, please complete the Recipient Request Form and include a copy of a government ID that includes your picture. This report is restricted to the past two years of data. PMP staff typically process these requests within 48 hours of receipt and mail the report to the address indicated on the form. By regulation, these reports cannot be faxed or e-mailed.