1 Implementation of Florida s PDMP Rebecca Poston Program Manager
3 Disclaimer I have no relevant financial relationships or commercial interest in the content presented in this program.
4 Learning Objectives: Provide overview of Florida's Prescription Drug Monitoring Program regulations Discuss data reporting requirements Demonstrate practitioner/pharmacist registration Demonstrate Pharmacist/Practitioner Query for Patient Advisory Report Discuss performance measures and outcomes
6 Frequency of Occurrence of Drugs in Decedents January December 2010
7 Background: The purpose of the PDMP is to provide the information collected in the database to health care practitioners to guide their decisions in prescribing and dispensing these highly-abused prescription drugs.
8 Definitions: Section (1), F.S.: A dispenser means a pharmacy, a dispensing pharmacist, or a dispensing health care practitioner. A health care practitioner means any practitioner who is subject to licensure or regulation by the department under chapters 458, 459, 461, 462, 464, 465, or 466, F.S.
9 Definitions (cont.): Section (1), F.S.: Administer means the direct application of a controlled substance, whether by injection, inhalation, ingestion, or any other means, to the body of a person or animal.
10 Reporting Requirements: Beginning September 1, 2011, ALL dispensers of scheduled controlled substance prescriptions in schedules II, III, & IV began to report weekly The PDMP program requested that dispensers report retroactive data, from December 1, 2010 to August 31, 2011.
11 Reporting Requirements (cont.): The following information must be reported for each controlled substance dispensed to a patient: Patient Info: Prescriber Info: Demographics Demographics Date of Birth NPI number Gender DEA Number License Number
12 Reporting Requirements (cont.): Dispensing Info: Dispenser s DEA number Rx Number Date written, date filled Refill number (if applicable) NDC Quantity/Strength Dispensed Payment Type
13 Exemptions: When administering a controlled substance directly to a patient if the amount is adequate to treat the patient during that particular treatment session When administering a controlled substance dispensed to a patient receiving care in a Hospital Nursing home Ambulatory Surgical Center Hospice Intermediate care facility for the developmentally disabled
14 Exemptions (cont.): When a controlled substance is administered or dispensed in the health care system of the Department of Corrections When administering a controlled substance directly to the patient during treatment or in the emergency room of a hospital
15 Exemptions (cont.): When a controlled substance administered or dispensed to a patient under the age of 16 years old When dispensing of a one-time 72 hour emergency resupply of a controlled substance to a patient
16 Zero Reports: If a dispenser usually dispenses controlled substances in Florida but has no dispensing transactions to report for the preceding seven (7) day period, the dispenser must report this information to E-FORCSE by filing a zero report.
17 Waivers & Exemptions: Exemption from Reporting if a dispenser is registered as a dispensing practitioner in the state of Florida, but does not dispense controlled substances. Waiver from Electronic Reporting - if a dispenser is unable to report to the FL RxSentry database electronically.
18 Penalty for Non-Compliance: A health care practitioner who willfully and knowingly fails to report the dispensing of a controlled substance as required by section , F.S., commits a first degree misdemeanor.
19 Dispenser s Implementation Guide: Reporting requirements Submission methods Creating an upload account Creating a data file Reporting data Errors & Definitions
20 Accessing the Database: Section (7)(b), F.S.: A pharmacy, prescriber, or dispenser shall have access to information in the prescription drug monitoring program s database which relates to a patient of that pharmacy, prescriber, or dispenser for the purpose of reviewing the patient s controlled substance prescription history.
21 Patient Advisory Reports (PARs): Section (1)(a): information provided by the department in writing, or as determined by the department, to a prescriber, dispenser, pharmacy, or patient concerning the dispensing of controlled substances. Provided for informational purposes only and impose no obligations of any nature or any legal duty on a prescriber, dispenser, pharmacy, or patient. Not subject to discovery or introduction into evidence in any civil or administrative action.
22 Patient Advisory Reports (PARs): Section (2)(a), F.S.: Requires DOH to provide prescription information to a patient s health care practitioner and pharmacist who inform the department that they wish the PAR provided to them. The system shall be designed to provide information regarding dispensed prescriptions of controlled substances and shall not infringe upon the legitimate prescribing or dispensing of a controlled substance by a prescriber or dispenser acting in good faith and in the course of professional practice.
24 Practitioner/Pharmacist Site:
25 Training Guide for Practitioners & Pharmacists: Requesting an Account Creating query requests Viewing query request status Generating reports Viewing patient reports
26 Practitioner/Pharmacist Site:
27 Logging on to FL RxSentry (cont.): User Name: newacct Password: welcome
28 Requesting Access to Database Step 2:
29 Logging on to FL RxSentry :
30 Logging on to FL RxSentry (cont.):
31 Practitioner/Pharmacist Query:
34 Practitioner/Pharmacist Query:
35 View Query Status: Approved/Queued the query has been approved and is processing. Approved/Done the query has been approved, processed, and is available for viewing.
36 View Patient Advisory Report: Open open the PAR for viewing and printing (if desired) Save save the PAR to a specific location for viewing and printing (if desired) at a later time. Cancel
38 Performance Measures Outcome: Reduction of the rate of inappropriate use of prescription drugs through department education and safety efforts. Measure: The number of licensed prescribers, dispensers, and individuals authorized to conduct investigations that were trained in the use of the state s PDM system.
39 Number of PDMP Registered Users License Type Number of Registered Users Pharmacists 4,453 Medical Doctors 3,575 Osteopathic Physicians 653 Podiatric Physicians 43 Physician Assistants 415 Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners 469 Dentists 318 TOTAL 9,926
40 Number of Users Trained on Use of PDMP How many licensed PRESCRIBERS were trained formally (in a classroom setting) in the use of the PDM system? 265 How many licensed PRESCRIBERS were trained informally (e.g., via the Internet, mass mailings, and so on) in the use of the PDM system? 80,376 How many licensed DISPENSERS were trained formally (in a classroom setting) in the use of the PDM system? 1,785 How many licensed DISPENSERS were trained informally (e.g., via the Internet, mass mailings, and so on) in the use of the PDM system? 30,625
41 Performance Measures Measure: The number of coroner reports that indicate controlled substance prescription drug use as the primary or contributing cause of death. Measure: The number of emergency room admissions that identify accidental controlled substance overdose as the reasons for admission.
42 Performance Measures Outcome: Reduction of the quantity of pharmaceutical controlled substances obtained by individuals attempting to engage in fraud and deceit. Measure: Increase in reports generated.
43 Number of PDMP Queries by Registered User Month Number of Queries October ,486 November ,561 December ,588 January ,552 TOTAL 505,157
44 Performance Measures Outcome: Increased coordination among partners participating in the prescription drug monitoring program. Measure: The number of licensed prescribers and distributors trained formally in coordination and data sharing.
45 Performance Measures Outcome: Involvement of stakeholders in achieving improved patient health care and safety and reduction of prescription drug abuse and prescription drug diversion. Measure: Percentage of stakeholder (state, federal agencies; professional associations, etc.) involvement
46 Number of Prescriptions Issued by Florida Prescribers Dispensed Outside the State of Florida Southeastern States Number of Prescriptions 2009 Alabama 116,000 Louisiana 16,000 North Carolina 48,000 South Carolina 28,000 Other States Arizona 14,000 Vermont 1,700 TOTAL: 223,700 Communication from PMP Center of Excellence dated March 25, 2011.
47 Questions How often does a pharmacy need to upload or report dispensing information to the PDMP? a. 10 days b. 15 days c. 7 days
48 Questions True or False A pharmacist, dispensing a controlled substance in schedules II through IV to a patient or resident at a nursing home, is not required to report to the PDMP.
49 True or False Questions I am not required to view my patient s specific controlled substance history prior to dispensing a controlled substance.
50 True or False Questions The Patient Advisory Report (PAR) is provided for informational purposes only and impose no obligations of any nature or any legal duty on a prescriber, dispenser, pharmacy, or patient.
51 Question What is the penalty for a health care practitioner that does not report their schedule II-IV controlled substance dispensing data? a. Felony b. Misdemeanor
52 Question What is the penalty for disclosure of confidential information in the E-FORCSE database? a. Felony b. Misdemeanor
53 Need Help? Technical Support & Assistance: Health Information Designs, Inc. Phone: Website: hidinc.com/flpdmp 8:00 am 5:00 pm EST
54 Need Help? (cont.) Administrative Assistance: EFORCSE Program Staff Phone: Website: Rebecca Poston, Program Manager Erika Marshall, Program Operations Administrator
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