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Checking the Texas Prescription Monitoring Program for every patient, every time is one small step to help prevent or break the cycle of addiction in your community. Prescribers are required to use the Texas PMP to review every patient’s prescription history before prescribing opioids, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, or carisoprodol.

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Prescriber Training
Prescriber Training

A CME video featuring evidence-based guidelines for using the Texas PMP and communicating effectively with patients.

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TEXAS STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
TEXAS STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

Find PMP policies, prescription forms, and more at the Texas State Board of Pharmacy PMP Directory.

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EHR Integration Funding Ending
EHR Integration Funding Ending

State funding for integrated PMP access will end on 8/31/2021.

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What is the Texas PMP?