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Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP)

The goal of the State of Oklahoma is to reduce prescription fraud, substance abuse, "doctor shopping", and other illegal activity related to pharmaceutical drug diversion. The Bureau works in partnership with pharmacies, practitioners and other health care professionals throughout Oklahoma to reduce prescription drug abuse.

The Oklahoma Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) was enacted into law by the Oklahoma Anti-Drug Diversion Act (63 O.S. Section: 2-309). Designed to deter the abuse of prescription drugs, the statute requires all dispensers of Schedule II, III, IV, and V controlled substances to submit prescription dispensing information to OBNDDC using the ASAP 2007, Version 4, Release 1 standard within five (5) minutes of dispensing a scheduled narcotic.


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PMP System

The PMP system provides secure access to OBN registrants, including pharmacies and practitioners who are in good standing. Regulatory and law enforcement agencies may also access the system. The PMP application provides continuity between practitioners, pharmacies, and state law enforcement to help prevent prescription fraud in Oklahoma. Access to PMP 2010 will be granted in accordance with state law 63 O.S. Section: 2-309D.

Dispensers are required to submit controlled substance prescription information directly to OBNDDC in ASAP 2007 format within five (5) minutes of delivering a prescription to a patient or their designee. Mail order pharmacies must submit all prescriptions within 24 hours of mailing the prescription. Deliveries must be reported within five (5) minutes after the pharmacy has been notified the prescription has been delivered.


PMP Data Submission

Most dispensers are already familiar with the reporting standard for submitting dispensing data to OBNDDC. However, it is important to note that PMP 2010 includes extensive "data-integrity" checking. Improperly formatted data or missing information could cause the data submission to be rejected by the system and returned to the originator for corrections.

The dispensing report data can be submitted in one of the following ways:

1. Upload via the OBNDDC PMP Web Portal interface

2. Direct upload via SFTP

3. Manually entered using the Web portal manual entry form.

4. Using the PMP 2010 Web Service.

Help Desk and Support

Any questions, problems, or concerns regarding the PMP reporting procedures, PMP Web Center application, dispensing data format, or other related issues can be submitted directly to OBNDDC via email or by calling the PMP Help Line listed below.


Online Meth Registry Check

Important Information

Mandatory PMP Checks effective November 1, 2015.

Beginning January 1, 2012, all dispensers must report the dispensing of scheduled narcotics within 5 minutes of being delivered to the customer.

All dispensers must check the Meth Registry before delivering or filling a prescription for a product containing pseudoephedrine. No person who is on the Meth Registry can possess or purchase any pseudoephedrine products including those contained in prescription narcotics.

Dates to Remember

April 1, 2010

The phone and ID numbers of the ultimate user must be collected and reported.

November 1, 2010

Dispensers required to check the Meth Registry when filling a prescription product containing pseudoephedrine.

January 1, 2012

Prescriptions must be reported to the PMP within 5 minutes of being delivered to the ultimate user or his designee.

November 1, 2015

All registrants are required to check a patient’s PMP record before prescribing Opioids, Benzodiazepines and Soma as required by state law. Please refer questions on the frequency and other requirements to your licensing board. 

OBN is not responsible for enforcing or setting the requirements under this new law.

Access Forms, Rules and Manuals

PMP 2010 ASAP Manual

OBN Administrative Rules

Request PMP Access

Request SFTP Access

PMP Login