North Carolina e-Prescribing

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North Carolina
                                     Electronic Prescribing

Starting January 1, 2020 the State of North Carolina will mandate that specific schedule II and schedule III 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 North Carolina and our e-Prescribing software, MDToolbox-Rx, meets all of the requirements for e-Prescribing and EPCS.

With MDToolbox you get:

  • Standard e-Prescribing
  • Controlled Substance e-Prescribing
  • 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
  • 30 day no obligation trial

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Mandatory EPCS in North Carolina

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper signed the Strengthen Opioid Misuse Prevention (STOP) Act into law on June 29th, 2017. The Act requires targeted Schedule II and Schedule III controlled substances to be electronically prescribed by January 1st, 2020.

North Carolina Controlled Substances Prescription Monitoring

All prescribers and dispensers are required to consult the state PMP prior to prescribing or dispensing any schedule II or schedule III controlled substance for the first time and at regular intervals thereafter for patients on long-term opioid therapy.

North Carolina Prescription Monitoring Program

National PMP Participation

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

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North Carolina STOP Act Info

North Carolina STOP Act Text