Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)

The Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) monitors the prescribing and dispensing of schedule II-IV controlled substances to assist in the identification and prevention of prescription drug misuse and abuse. The program’s goals are to:

  • Improve controlled substance prescribing by providing critical information regarding a patient’s controlled substance prescription history.
  • Inform clinical practice by identifying patients at high-risk who would benefit from early interventions.
  • Reduce the number of people who misuse, abuse or overdose while making sure patients have access to safe, effective treatment.

See Frequently Asked Questions, PDMP Fact Sheet, PDMP Program Update or Clay County PDMP Ordinance for more information.

Copy of Age Specific Death Rates for Opioid Overdoses in Clay County

*Note: The PDMP in Missouri was developed and is implemented by St. Louis County. Some materials and registration information will be through St. Louis County rather than Clay County.

For Providers:

Individual Registration

  • Individual providers can register themselves any time by visiting here
  • Use the prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) Registration Guide for a step-by-step tutorial on how to register.
  • All users must upload validation documentation before their registration will be processed. See the PDMP Validation Documentation List for information about authorized users and required documentation. 

Mass Registration

  • Mass Registration is an opportunity that gives health systems, hospitals, medical groups or healthcare practices the ability to bulk register their healthcare providers in the PDMP.
  • The first round of mass registration is now closed. Another round of mass registration is tentatively planned for fall 2018. To stay up to date on the timeline, call Danielle Roethler at 816-595-4213.

Contact Information

Clay County healthcare organizations can call Danielle Roethler for questions related to mass registration for PDMP at 816-595-4213.