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Using State Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs to Reduce Drug Overdoses State Success and Promising Practices

Using State Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs to Reduce Drug Overdoses: State Success and Promising Practices

6/30/2014
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Using State Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs to Reduce Drug Overdoses: State Success and Promising Practices

Friday, July 25, 2014

Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs, PDMPs, are state-based programs that track and report on the prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances. When fully utilized, PDMPs are shown to be effective in reducing deaths and hospitalizations from prescription painkiller overdoses. This webinar will review effective PDMP components, and highlight state successes.

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