PMPnow Illinois Prescription Monitoring Program - DHS 4198

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State of Illinois
Department of Human Services

The Illinois Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) is housed by the Illinois Department of Human Services.

The Illinois PMP does not guarantee the complete accuracy of a patient's controlled substance prescription history. The records contained in the PMP are reported by the dispensing pharmacies and are therefore dependent on the accuracy of the information provided. PMP reports should only be used to supplement a patient evaluation, to confirm a patient's drug history, or to document compliance with a therapeutic regimen.  If you notice an error in reporting please email us at dhs.pmp@illinois.gov.

What is the PMP?

The Illinois Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) collects information on controlled substance prescriptions dispensed in Illinois.  The PMP web site allows prescribers and dispensers to view a current or prospective patient's prescription history.

What is PMPnow?

The PMPnow is a service that incorporates PMP information directly into an electronic health record (EHR) system, pharmacy system or medication management system to provide PMP data without the user having to log into the PMP website.

About Confidentiality

  • HIPAA compliant privacy requirements
  • All patient information is confidential
  • Indirect law enforcement access

Benefits: Results are instant

The PMPnow is proven to retrieve results 5 to 6 times faster than website searching

Results are ready to view before you see the patient Depending on which request option your facility chooses, a patient profile can be waiting to

view before the patient is seen

No User ID or Password

The PMPnow does not require the user to enter their credentials into the PMP system for every search

24/7 Access

The PMPnow is available 24 hours a day.

Meaningful Use

The Illinois PMPnow has been designated as an official specialized registry under the reporting requirements of Meaningful Use.

Smooth Clinical Workflow

No more need to disrupt workflow as the PMP information is directly integrated into the EHR with little to no human interaction.

Group Requests

? Requests can be run the night before patient appointments

Connection Options

EHR vendor adapter

? Illinois PMP has developed adapters that act like add-ons to current versions of some of the largest EHR software systems like EPIC, Cerner, and AllScripts

Self-developed connection

? A hospital or clinic I.T. team can develop the connection without the use of an adapter

Request Options: Admission, Discharge, Transfer Requests

? Request is triggered to PMP as soon as patient presents to emergency department

Tab Requests

? Request is made by a click on a tab within  EHR system

Connecting your facility

For more information about how to connect your facility to the PMPnow, please email us at

dhs.pmp@illinois.gov

Illinois Prescription Monitoring Program

401 North Fourth Street

Springfield, Illinois 62702

dhs.pmp@illinois.gov

www.ilpmp.org


Programs, activities and employment opportunities in the Illinois Department of Human Services are open and accessible to any individual or group without regard to age, sex, race, sexual orientation, disability, ethnic origin or religion. The department is an equal opportunity employer and practices affirmative action and reasonable accommodation programs.

DHS 4198 (R-02-18) Prescription Monitoring Program Printed by the Authority of the State of Illinois.  1000 copies PO#18-0981