Prescription Monitoring Program Advisory Task Force
Active dates:2014 -
Function: The task force advises the Minnesota State Board of Pharmacy on the development and operation of the prescription drug monitoring program including, but not limited to: technical standards for electronic prescription drug reporting; proper analysis and interpretation of prescription monitoring data; an evaluation process for the program; and criteria for the unsolicited provision of prescription monitoring data by the board to prescribers and dispensers.
In 2014, the name of the Prescription Electronic Reporting Advisory Committee was changed to the Prescription Monitoring Program Advisory Task Force.
2014 Minn. Laws Chap. 286 Art. 7 Sec. 4 extended the group's expiration date to June 30, 2018. But, 2014 Minn. Laws Chap. 291 Art. 2 Sec. 3 states that this task force does not expire.
At least one representative of: the Department of Health; the Department of Human Services; each health-related licensing board that licenses prescribers; a professional medical association, which may include an association of pain management and chemical dependency specialists; a professional pharmacy association; a professional nursing association; a professional dental association; a consumer privacy or security advocate; a consumer or patient rights organization; and an association of medical examiners and coroners.
Minnesota Board of Pharmacy
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