Arizona e-Prescribing


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Arizona
                                     Electronic Prescribing

Starting January 1, 2020 the State of Arizona will mandate schedule II controlled substance prescriptions be sent electronically. To combat prescription drug abuse, MDToolbox recommends that all prescriptions be sent electronically and urges prescribers not to wait until the deadline to get started.

MDToolbox is an approved vendor in Arizona and our e-Prescribing software, MDToolbox-Rx, meets all of the requirements for e-Prescribing and EPCS.

With MDToolbox you get:

  • Standard e-Prescribing to 99% of pharmacies nationwide
  • Controlled Substance e-Prescribing (EPCS)
  • Free Mobile e-Prescribing with every license
  • Fast Setup - most prescribers can get setup in less than 1 day
  • No Advertisements/Banners or annoying pop-ups
  • Friendly, U.S. Based Support Team
  • Secure data - we never sell your data to third party companies
  • Great tools such as: Electronic Prior Authorizations, Real-Time Price Benefits, Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PMP) Integrations, and much more!
  • 30 day no obligation trial

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Mandatory EPCS in Arizona

The Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act originally stated prescribers in Arizona had to electronically prescribe schedule II controlled substances that are opioids by January 1, 2019. The law proposed by Governor Doug Ducey was passed in January 2018 in an effort to combat opioid abuse and addiction. However, in February 2019 Governor Ducey signed into law HB 2075 which delays the e-prescribing requirements for all counties until January 1, 2020.

Arizona Controlled Substances Prescription Monitoring

Each medical practitioner who is licensed under Title 32 (i.e. MD, DO, DDS, DMD, DPM, HMD, PA, NP, ND, and OD) and who possesses a DEA license is required to register with the Arizona State Board of Pharmacy Controlled Substances Prescriptoin Monitoring Program. As of October 16, 2017 prescribers are required to review a patient's PMP record before prescribing a controlled substance. The Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act also requires all pharmacists to check the Controlled Substances Prescription Monitoring Program prior to dispensing an opioid or benzodiazepine.

MDToolbox offers the ability to integrate with the Arizona Controlled Substances PMP to streamline the process of checking the PMP during the prescribing workflow. Through the integration, prescribers can go directly to the patient's PMP report without having to log in to the PMP and search for the patient. Arizona offers this integration for no additional fees. Contact us for more information or fill out the trial request form above to get started today.

PMP Links:

Arizona Prescription Monitoring Program

Arizona Prescription Monitoring Program Login

Arizona Prescription Monitoring Program Statewide Integration

National PMP Participation

Arizona participates in NABP PMP InterConnect, allowing them to share PMP data across many other states.

For More Information

Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act Policy Primer

House Bill 2075


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