Annual Reports for the South Carolina Prescription Monitoring Program

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The South Carolina Prescription Monitoring Program (SC PMP) became fully operational on February 1, 2008. The purpose of the PMP is to improve the state’s ability to identify and stop diversion of prescription drugs in an efficient and cost-effective manner that will not impede the appropriate medical utilization of licit controlled substances. This summary highlights (1) prescription trends, (2) trends in prescriber and pharmacist PMP utilization, and (3) updates on PMP education efforts. The full report provides details regarding the prescribing patterns of SC prescribers by drug schedule.

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    2023 Annual Report
    (2024-05) South Carolina Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
    The South Carolina Prescription Monitoring Program (SC PMP) became fully operational on February 1, 2008. The purpose of the PMP is to improve the state’s ability to identify and stop diversion of prescription drugs in an efficient and cost-effective manner that will not impede the appropriate medical utilization of licit controlled substances. This summary highlights (1) prescription trends, (2) trends in prescriber and pharmacist PMP utilization, and (3) updates on PMP education efforts. The full report provides details regarding the prescribing patterns of SC prescribers by drug schedule.
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    2022 annual report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-05) South Carolina Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
    The South Carolina Prescription Monitoring Program (SC PMP) became fully operational on February 1, 2008. The purpose of the PMP is to improve the state’s ability to identify and stop diversion of prescription drugs in an efficient and cost-effective manner that will not impede the appropriate medical utilization of licit controlled substances. This summary highlights (1) prescription trends, (2) trends in prescriber and pharmacist PMP utilization, and (3) updates on PMP education efforts. The full report provides details regarding the prescribing patterns of SC prescribers by drug schedule.
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    2021 annual report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2022-05) South Carolina Prescription Drug Monitoring Program; South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    The South Carolina Prescription Monitoring Program (SC PMP) became fully operational on February 1, 2008. The purpose of the PMP is to improve the state’s ability to identify and stop diversion of prescription drugs in an efficient and cost-effective manner that will not impede the appropriate medical utilization of licit controlled substances. This summary highlights trends in (1) prescription and patient volume from 2016 to 2021 and (2) prescriber and pharmacist PMP utilization from 2017 to 2021. The full report provides details regarding the prescribing patterns of SC prescribers by drug schedule
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    2020 annual report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2021-04-08) South Carolina Prescription Drug Monitoring Program; South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    The South Carolina Prescription Monitoring Program (SC PMP) became fully operational on February 1, 2008. The purpose of the PMP is to improve the state’s ability to identify and stop diversion of prescription drugs in an efficient and cost-effective manner that will not impede the appropriate medical utilization of licit controlled substances. This summary highlights trends in (1) prescription and patient volume and (2) prescriber and pharmacist utilization from 2015 to 2020.