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PDMP Logo and Homepage LinkBe OpiReady!  Naloxone is a lifesaving drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.  You can learn more about naloxone including how to access the life saving drug in the upcoming public awareness campaign.  Stay tuned and be OpiReady! 


PDMP User Access Information  

NEWThe PDMP Registration Infographic shows the three-step process to get registered with the Nebraska PDMP.  
After completing the provisioning process and setting up your individual user account, use the PDMP Log In Portal to access the Nebraska Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. 





 What is the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program?

The Nebraska Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) is a  unique statewide tool that collects dispensed prescription information and is housed on the Health Information Exchange platform.  The Nebraska PDMP is a public health model focusing on patient safety.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, all dispensed controlled substances are required to be submitted on a daily basis to the PDMP. Starting January 1, 2018, all dispensed prescriptions will be reported to the PDMP.  The PDMP stores the information in a secure database and makes it available to healthcare professionals as authorized by law.


NEWThe PDMP General Information Infographic is an overview of how data is loaded into the Nebraska PDMP and then how that data is utilized. 
General Information Infographic 


PDMP General Information provides additional details about the Nebraska PDMP. 

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