The CMS Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) Program has made an effort to record and post information about individual state Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs). The purpose of these short recordings is to promote use and increase understanding of the similarities and differences between state PDMPs. 

If you would like your state PDMP featured on this site, please contact Rachel Digmann (rachel.​digmann@​area-​d.​hcqis.​org) for assistance. 

This document can be used by QIN-QIOs, other organizations, and individuals to increase awareness and use of the PDMP and to promote PDMP recordings (new) to their licensed professionals and other stakeholders. In addition, the document can assist in recruiting for creation of additional individual state PDMP recordings. If your state is not currently represented in the QIO Program PDMP recording repertoire, please consider using this to identify a presenter for your state.

NABP PMP InterConnect® facilitates the transfer of prescription monitoring program (PMP) data across state lines. It allows participating state PMPs across the United States to be linked, providing a more effective means of combating drug diversion and drug abuse nationwide. Find more information about PMP InterConnect® here: NABP PMP InterConnect: The Only National Network of State-Based PMPs.

The Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Training and Technical Assistance Center (PDMP TTAC) provides a comprehensive array of services, support, resources, and strategies to improve consistency and alignment among PDMP’s, facilitate coordination between PDMPs and state and national stakeholders, increase PDMP efficiencies, measure performance and effectiveness, and promote best practices. 


District of Columbia (DC)





New Jersey

New York

North Dakota

Rhode Island

South Carolina

West Virginia