Integrating & Expanding Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Data: Lessons from Nine States
This report discusses the efforts of nine states to increase use of the PDMP by integrating PDMP data into health information technology.
Marijuana Comparison of State Laws Allowing Use for Medicinal Purposes
Including the ballot measures enacted during the November 2016 election, 29 states and the District of Columbia now allow persons with certain debilitating medical conditions to use, possess, purchase (in many cases), and cultivate (in some cases)...
Mandated Use of State Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: Highlights of Key State Requirements
This summary highlights the specific circumstances in which prescribers have to review PMP data before prescribing controlled substances, treating pain, treating drug addiction, and treating injured workers.
Marijuana Comparison of State Laws Legalizing Personal, Non-Medical Use
Including the ballot measures enacted during the November 2016 election, eight states and the District of Columbia now allow persons aged 21 or older to use or possess relatively small amounts of marijuana. The cultivation (either commercial or...