New Hampshire Practitioners' Query Site
The New Hampshire Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) was established to collect data on ALL Schedule II, III, or IV controlled substances dispensed in the state of New Hampshire or for patients residing in New Hampshire. This program is made possible by New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated (RSA) 318-B:31-38, which authorizes the New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy to establish a controlled drug prescription health and safety program that electronically facilitates the confidential sharing of information relating to the prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances listed in Schedules II, III, or IV.
The intent of the Controlled Drug Prescription Health and Safety Program is to reduce patient morbidity and mortality associated with controlled drugs by providing a secure program through which the prescriber and dispenser may access information on a patient’s controlled drug prescription history. The program established by this act is designed to create a greater sense of safety, security, and comfort in the health practitioner-patient relationship when controlled drugs are prescribed.
The New Hampshire Prescription Drug Monitoring Program grants system access accounts to practitioners and pharmacists so that they may look up, view, and print controlled substance dispensing information on their specific patients directly via user name and password.