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What counts as “3 days” toward the exemption for not checking the PDMP?

The short answer is, intent.  If you intend for the prescription to last 3 days or less, then you do not have to check the patient’s record in the PDMP.  Wis. Stat. 961.385(2)(cs)2.b.: The requirement under subd. 1. that a practitioner review a patient’s records under the program before the practitioner issues a prescription order for the patient… Continue Reading What counts as “3 days” toward the exemption for not checking the PDMP?

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How do I register for the PDMP?

Visit the Wisconsin enhanced PDMP site to sign up (https://pdmp.wi.gov/). The website contains a host of frequently asked questions and answers (FAQ) documents, as well as videos showcasing how to use the system. Tech support contact information is also on the website.

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