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The State of Oregon has established a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (Oregon PDMP) as directed in statute ORS 431.962. Pharmacies that dispense Schedules II, III and IV controlled substances in the state of Oregon or to an address in the state are required to electronically report such dispensing to the Oregon PDMP. Practitioners and pharmacists will have secure 24/7 access to the database to help determine appropriate medical treatment and referral needs.

The Oregon PDMP is operated and maintained by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). The purpose of the program is to promote public health and welfare and help improve patient care.

Actions Required by Pharmacies

Using language provided by OHA, pharmacies reporting data to the Oregon PDMP must notify each patient receiving a controlled substance about the PDMP before or when the controlled substance is dispensed to the patient. The notification must include that the prescription will be entered into the system. The notification language is located on the left menu bar along with a copy of the Patient Advisory Notice poster and other notice materials.

Applying for System Access Questions or Technical Assistance

The Oregon PDMP is hosted by Appriss Health, a nationally-recognized leader in the prescription drug monitoring program and healthcare automation solutions and services industry. If you have any questions about the Oregon PDMP or need technical assistance, please call the Oregon PDMP Help desk at 1-866-205-1222 or contact the Appriss Help Desk online at

PDMP Notice by Pharmacies to Patients

The Oregon Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) is a program to help healthcare providers and pharmacist provide better patient care in managing patients’ prescriptions. They can access the program database to view more complete patient prescription information. Information about this prescription will be reported to the PDMP by the pharmacy as required by state law ORS 431.964. Patients may request a free copy of their PDMP record by submitting a written request to the program. For more information or questions, visit or call 971-673-0741.