Texas e-Prescribing

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Texas Electronic Prescribing

MDToolbox is an approved vendor in Texas 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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e-Prescribe in Texas

Electronic Prescribing of Non-Controlled and Controlled Substances (EPCS) is allowed in Texas. The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has allowed e-Sending Schedule II-V drugs since October 2013.

Effective September 1, 2016, a physician or practitioner in the state of Texas will no longer need to hold a Controlled Substances Registration (CSR) through the DPS.

There are a few state specific requirements for e-Prescribing in Texas:

DPS Number

For controlled substances, the Texas DPS requires the prescriber's current valid DPS registration number is included when electronically sending the prescription.


Advance practice nurses (APNs) who have prescriptive authority must include their prescriptive authority identification number on all prescriptions (non-controlled and controlled) written. For controlled substances, APNs must also include their Texas DPS registration number, their DEA number, and the DEA number and Texas DPS registration number of the supervising physician on all prescriptions.

Control Numbers

For Schedule II paper prescriptions written in the state of Texas, each prescription must be issued on DPS required paper that has a unique Control Number for prescription monitoring purposes. However, with e-Prescribing the control number is handled entirely by the pharmacy. This makes the process much quicker and easier for the prescriber.

Texas Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

The Texas PMP is a database of Schedule II, III and IV controlled substance prescriptions dispensed in Texas.

With MDToolbox, you get a link to your State Monitoring PMP login from right inside your Prescripton Writer - We make it easy to remember to check and document that you checked the PMP.

For More Information

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) – Schedule II Controlled Substances

Texas State Board of Pharmacy - Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances