New Hampshire PDMP

 
 

Dispensers

"Dispenser" means a person or entity who is lawfully authorized to deliver a schedule II-IV controlled substance, but does not include:

 (a) A licensed hospital pharmacy that dispenses less than a 48-hour supply of a schedule II-IV controlled substance from a hospital emergency department or that dispenses for administration in the hospital;

 (b) A practitioner, or other authorized person who administers such a substance;

 (c) A wholesale distributor of a schedule II-IV controlled substance or its analog;

 (d) A prescriber who dispenses less than a 48-hour supply of a schedule II-IV controlled substance from a hospital emergency department to a patient; or

 (e) A veterinarian who dispenses less than a 48-hour supply of a schedule II-IV controlled substance to a patient.

 

Each dispenser shall submit to the program the information regarding each dispensing of a schedule II-IV controlled substance. Any dispenser located outside the boundaries of the state of New Hampshire and who is licensed and registered by the board shall submit information regarding each prescription dispensed to a patient who resides within New Hampshire.

 

Note: See Dispenser Guide for the details of what needs to be reported for each prescription dispensed.

Note: The program may issue a waiver to a dispenser that is unable to submit prescription information by electronic means. Such waiver may permit the dispenser to submit prescription information by paper form or other means, provided all required information is submitted in this alternative format and within the established time frame. The pharmacy must notify the program in writing of the need for an electronic reporting waiver. If you would like the waiver, please e-mail the NH PDMP Program Manager, Michelle Ricco Jonas, at Michelle.RiccoJonas@oplc.nh.gov.

 
 
 
 

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