Flashcards in Ch 19 P 29 Controlled Substance Prescription Monitoring Program Deck (13)
Audit trail information
Any query based information resulting from an authorized prescription monitoring program user’s request for a prescription monitoring program report, which could include the user’s name, date and time of the query or other related information.
The New Mexico board of pharmacy, herein referred to as the board.
Has the meaning given such term in Section 30-31-2 NMSA 1978.
The person who delivers a schedule II - V controlled substance as defined in Subsection F of this section to the ultimate user, but does not include the following:
(1) a licensed hospital pharmacy that distributes such substances for the purpose of inpatient hospital care;
(2) a practitioner, or other authorized person who administers such a substance; or
(3) a practitioner who dispenses to the patient no more than 12 dosage units or 72 hours’ worth (whichever is less) of such a substance or;
(4) a wholesale distributor of a schedule II - V controlled substance;
(5) clinics, urgent care or emergency departments dispensing to the patient no more than 12 dosage units or 72 hours’ worth (whichever is less) of such a substance or;
(6) a veterinarians or veterinary clinics dispensing to non-human patients.
The ultimate user of a drug for whom a prescription is issued and for whom a drug is dispensed.
An individual, corporation, business trust, estate, trust, partnership, limited liability company, association, joint venture or any legal or commercial entity.
The individual authorized by the board to administer the prescription monitoring program (PMP).
A compilation of data generated from the PMP concerning a patient, a dispenser, a practitioner, or a schedules II - V controlled substance.
A person maintaining licensure pursuant to state law that allows him or her to prescribe controlled substance medications in accordance with that licensure.
Schedule II-V controlled substance
A substance listed in schedules II, III, IV, and V as set forth in the controlled substance act, of the federal controlled substances regulation.
The state of New Mexico
Prescription monitoring program (PMP)
A program as described in 126.96.36.199 NMAC which includes a centralized system to collect, monitor, and analyze electronically, for schedules II - V controlled substances, prescribing and dispensing data submitted by dispensers of which the data is to be used to support efforts in education, research, enforcement and abuse prevention.