A Georgia state bill requiring healthcare providers to log opioid prescriptions in a state database passed a committee vote last week. The bill would make healthcare providers criminally liable for failing to keep track of the opioid prescriptions they write.

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The CDC advises providers to use PDMPs… States should consider ways to increase their use … available real-time, and alerts to prescribers.

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Doctors (and other clinicians) need to know what prescriptions have been given to their patients by other practitioners. This information should be included in the patients’ electronic health care records accessible through a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) that provides immediate information.

Presentation by the Dir., Div. of Epidemiology  NIH, National Institute on Drug Abuse, May 2013
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