|NABP Adds to PMP InterConnect Users||| Print ||
The latest states to sign on for the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy's NABP InterConnect service are Michigan and Connecticut. This facilitates the sharing of data between state prescription-monitoring programs (PMPs). Michigan and Connecticut join Ohio, Indiana, and Virginia as users. In just the first few months of operation, there have been more than 71,000 out-of-state prescription reports processed through NABP InterConnect by Ohio, Indiana, and Virginia.
PMPs in Arizona, Kansas, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, Utah, and West Virginia have signed a memorandum of understanding with NABP to participate in the interstate sharing service.
NABP anticipates that more than 20 states will be sharing data using InterConnect in 2012.