How can a practice sign up for PMP/PDMP?

What is a PMP/PDMP?

Across the country, over 44 states have implemented Prescription Monitoring Programs (PMPs) or Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs) to provide physicians and pharmacies with access to a medication history for patients who have/are receiving prescriptions for controlled substances. State PMPs and PDMPs are designed to alert healthcare providers so that they can be more effective in combating opioid addiction and abuse.

PDMP Availability for H2H DigitalRx Prescribers

Beginning this New Year, from Jan 2024, our providers will have access to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PMP/PDMP). Prior to and following the service launch, correspondence will be sent to each of our EMR/EHR integration partners.

Note: To obtain PDMP access through the H2H Digital Rx Interface, it is recommended that prescribers follow the integration steps outlined below.

Get Started with Integration

Step 1: Determine your state’s integration capability and funding

gateway-statesIf your state is available for integration (indicated with a check mark), you’ll need to be enrolled with your state’s PMP/PDMP before you can set up the integration through H2H Digital Rx.

Most states are now funding EHR integration for all qualified healthcare entities in that state. To apply for state funding, confirm your state is listed below:

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • ! Arkansas
  • ! California
  • ! Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • ! Florida
  • Georgia
  • X Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • X Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • ! Kentucky
  • Kansas
  • ! Maryland
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • ! Mississippi
  • Michigan
  • ! Missouri
  • Minnesota
  • X Nebraska
  • Montana
  • ! Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • X New York
  • North Carolina
  • ! North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • ! Pennsylvania
  • Puerto Rico
  • ! Rhode Island
  • ! South Carolina
  • ! South Dakota
  • Tennessee***
  • Texas
  • X Utah
  • Virginia
  • ! Vermont
  • West Virginia
  • ! Washington
  • X Wisconsin
  • ! Wyoming
– PDMP and funding is available for the state.
! – PDMP is available and funding might not be available for the state.
X – PDMP and funding isn’t available for the state.


Step 2: Enroll with your state PMP/PDMP

If your state is available for integration, you’ll need to be enrolled with your state’s PMP/PDMP before you can set up the integration.

If you are already enrolled? You can skip the Step-2 and go with the Step-3.

Visit the PMP/PDMP Integration Customer Connect portal at:

Click Create an Account in the top right-hand corner.

Login and follow the eight step on-screen prompts to provide the required information for your integration request.


Please select the following information for Software vendor at Step-3

  • Software vendor – H2H DigitalRx
  • Version – Version 6.3

Sign all necessary agreements at Step-7 within the portal and complete your application.

Upon receipt of your completed application and Bamboo Health PDMP Gateway fee (per prescriber), Bamboo Health will submit your request to the state for final approval.

Upon state approval, credentials will be sent to your organization’s primary contact and/or your EHR/PMS vendor, per their onboarding process.

A confirmation email will be sent to your healthcare organization’s primary point of contact.

Only authorized decision makers should complete a funding application.

The approval process timeline will vary from state to state, but should take a matter of a few weeks in most instances.

Step 3: Receive integration credentials

Once your integration registration has been approved, you will receive your integration credentials in an encrypted email. Please share the integration credentials with your respective H2H Account Manager to enable PDMP in H2H DigitalRx.

Contact Person Details:
Madhulika Upadhyaya
Customer Success Manager
H2H Solutions Inc.

Note: Approval and integration registration can take 2-4 weeks.

Step 4: Verify Integration from H2H DigitalRx by checking PMP/PDMP Data

Once your integration is complete, all accounts within the practice will be able to view the PMP/PDMP scores and reports on the Patient Card.
To see the detailed PMP/PDMP report, click View Report.

The full report includes the following sections:

Risk Indicators This includes all Narx scores, Overdose scores, and additional risk factors for the patient.
Prescription Graph Visualize patient prescriptions by the provider over time (up to 2 years). Use the interactive checkboxes for Narcotic, Buprenorphine, Sedative, Stimulant, and Other medications to visualize a specific set of medications.
Milligram Equivalents Equivalents for Morphine, Buprenorphine, and Lorazepam allows you to see the total dosage the patient takes of narcotics, stimulants, and sedatives, respectfully. Prescriptions the patient is taking in these drug categories have converted the equivalent of the representative medication to visualize the total amount that a patient is taking.
Prescription Details A list of all controlled substance prescriptions for the patient, sorted by date, with the most recent appearing first. Includes fill date, prescription date, medication, quantity, pharmacy, and provider information for each prescription.
Provider List A list of all providers that have prescribed controlled medications for the patient, including provider name, address, and phone number.
Pharmacy List A list of all pharmacies that have filled controlled medication prescriptions for the patient, including pharmacy name, address, and phone number.


Note: Your integration request may require that you supply additional details for your software vendor. Here are some items you may be asked to supply:

Software vendor H2H DigitalRx
Software version Version 6.3
Vendor install type Cloud
EHR hosted
IT contact Madhulika Upadhyaya
IT email

Disclaimer: PMP Gateway, NARxCHECK, and NarxCare rely upon data provided by state Prescription Monitoring Programs. You agree that you are solely responsible for the medical decisions made using this information and agree to indemnify and hold harmless, the providers of this service and the information for all claims based on your use thereof. If you believe the information is incomplete, please log into the state prescription monitoring program website to verify.

Please find Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs) on PMP/PDMP Enrollment here.


Send us an email at or give us a call at 248-675-1200 ext. 429 if you need help. We are here to assist you and make the process go more smoothly.

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