25 States Now Part of Drug Monitoring Program

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  • May 30 2014, 9:46am EDT

Twenty-five states are now participating in the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy PMP InterConnect program, the NABP's prescription drug monitoring initiative.

Nevada, Idaho, and New Jersey are the latest state PMPs to go live and begin sharing data through InterConnect. Several other states have signed memorandums of understanding to participate and are working toward a connection to the system in 2014.

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