The Alaska Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (AKPDMP) is Alaska's solution for monitoring Schedule II -V controlled substances dispensed in Alaska.
This program is designed to improve patient care and foster the goal of reducing misuse, abuse, and diversion of controlled substances; and to encourage cooperation and coordination among state, local, and federal agencies and other states to reduce the misuse, abuse, and diversion of controlled substances.
AS 17.30.200 requires that each dispenser shall submit, by electronic means, information regarding each prescription dispensed for a controlled substance. Each dispenser shall submit the required information to the central repository at least once each month unless the board waives this requirement for good cause shown by the dispensing vendor.
The State of Alaska’s vendor - Health Information Designs (HID) has developed a database that will collect and store prescribing and dispensing data for Schedule II -V controlled substances and any other drugs specified by Alaska law as amended. HID's RxSentry® is a Web-based program that facilitates the collection, analysis, and reporting of information on the prescribing, dispensing, and use of controlled substance prescription drugs.
Complete instructions for creating your account, logging on to the new Alaska PDMP website, and submitting your data files are provided in the RxSentry Dispenser's Implementation Guide located on the Alaska PDMP website.
The State of Alaska has contracted with Health Information Designs (HID) to provide front-line assistance in accessing the PDMP:
Current users may retrieve their usernames or passwords by visiting the Alaska PDMP website and clicking on the Retrieve Password link.
New accounts can be created by visiting the Alaska PDMP website and clicking on the Practitioner/Pharmacist link. Please read all of the instructions carefully. Once the required paperwork is received and verified, you will receive an email when your account is approved.
If you need any technical assistance, please call the AKPDMP Helpdesk at 1-(855) 263-6404 or send an email to email@example.com.
If you have policy-related questions, please contact the AKPDMP Program Manager, Brian Howes, at (907) 269-8404 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subscribe to the Alaska Prescription Drug Monitoring Program electronic mailing list and receive:
You are subscribing to a group email for informal communications from the Alaska Board of Pharmacy. You may cancel your subscription at any time.
Alaska Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
550 West 7th Avenue, Suite 1500
Anchorage, Alaska 99501-3567