The New Mexico Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) accumulates Schedule II-V controlled substance prescription and dispensing information into a restricted access online database in order to meet its mission to reduce the diversion of these controlled substances while serving as a valuable tool for legitimate medical practice and patient care.
IMPORTANT! - Letter to NM PMP Account Holders
Read Me First! – New and Changing Processes with the NM PMP
Who can access the PMP?
What can I do once I’ve logged into the PMP?
Who has to report prescription information to the PMP?
What about if I’m a prescriber and I sometimes dispense controlled substances?
I believe information in the PMP is incorrect, how do I report this?
Legitimate use of the PMP should by no means hinder health care providers in the normal course of using their professional skills to provide quality medical care to their patients while helping to identify and assist controlled substance diversion and abuse.