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Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Effective July 1, 2021, the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) transferred from the New Hampshire Office of Professional Licensure and Certification (OPLC) to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

For now, all program information and resources will remain on and continue to be available from the OPLC website.

The goal of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program is to promote the quality of patient care and appropriate use of controlled substances for legitimate medical purposes, including deterrence of misuse and diversion of schedule II-IV controlled substances by:

  • Inclusion of more accurate and complete data tracking of opioids and other scheduled drug prescriptions
  • Helping prescribers and pharmacists make safe prescribing and dispensing decisions
  • Improving the identification and education of high risk indicators (e.g. overdose and substance use disorders)

Who We Regulate

  • Those licensees who are able to prescribe and/or dispense controlled drug prescriptions (DEA Schedules II, III, and IV)

Contact Information
NH Department of Health & Human Services
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
7 Eagle Square
Concord NH, 03301

Contact the PDMP: NHPDMP@dhhs.nh.gov

 
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