PMP Clearinghouse Reporting
New - ASAP Report Standard Update
Effective January 10, 2022, the Arizona CSPMP adopted the ASAP 4.2B standards of reporting. Version 4.2B brings needed changes to improve the quality and scope of the data reported to the CSPMP. You can find additional information by accessing the "DATA SUBMISSION GUIDE 4.2B - INFO" tab below.
No Requirement To Report Naltrexone
Recently, the Arizona Board of Pharmacy has received many questions regarding the reporting requirements of opioid antagonists to the CSPMP. The questions stem from a part of Senate Bill 1087 focusing on ARS 36-2608. The intent of this language was to require naloxone dispensations to be reported to the CSPMP as well as any future fast-acting emergency opioid antagonists. At this time, there is no requirement to report naltrexone or any full opioid antagonists to the CSPMP for the maintenance of substance use disorder. Again, please only report naloxone at this time.
Reporting Waivers No Longer Accepted
The Arizona Board of Pharmacy decided in its March 22, 2017 meeting to no longer accept waivers for PMP reporting. If your pharmacy has an active DEA number, an active AZ pharmacy permit, and is not limited to veterinary dispensing, it is required to submit a daily report, including zero reports, for controlled substances II-V. To prevent violation of A.R.S. § 36-2608, Reporting Requirements, please register for a PMP Clearinghouse account and begin uploading your schedule II-V dispensations immediately!
If you have any questions or concerns about the data submission process, please contact Appriss Technical Support directly at 1-855-929-4767. Technical Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
1. The name, address, telephone number, prescription number, and DEA registration number of the dispenser;
2. The name, address, gender, date of birth, and telephone number of the person or, if for an animal, the owner of the
animal for whom the prescription is written;
3. The name, address, telephone number, and DEA registration number of the prescribing medical practitioner;
4. The quantity and National Drug Code (NDC) number of the Schedule II, III, IV or V controlled substance dispensed;
5. The date the prescription was dispensed;
6. The number of refills, if any, authorized by the medical practitioner;
7. The date the prescription was issued;
8. The method of payment identified as cash or third party; and
9. Whether the prescription is new or a refill.