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Empowered ePrescribing:
Save time.  Protect patients.

Meet State of Connecticut Requirements and Start e-Prescribing Today!

As of January 1, 2018 the State of Connecticut mandated controlled substance prescriptions be sent electronically. To combat prescription drug abuse, Our ePrescrption Software supports the State of Connecticut requirement that all prescription medication be submitted electronically to aide in combating prescription drug abuse.

Our iCoreRx e-Prescribing Software is an approved partner in the State of Connecticut and meets the requirements for e-Prescribing and EPCS.

Our iCoreRx Software Includes 

  • Controlled Substance e-Prescribing (EPCS)

  • PMP/PDMP - Add the ability to directly access your state’s Prescription Drug Monitoring database in real time inside iCoreRx to fulfill PMP laws.

  • HIPAA-compliant iCoreRx fulfills ePrescription laws sweeping the nation.

  • Save time by selecting exact medications at available doses with built-in Lexicomp drug directory

  • Protect patients and fight misuse by viewing complete prescription history

  • Speed up your process using “Doctor’s Favorites” for commonly-used medication sets

  • Integrates with popular practice management systems

  • Powerful Add-on Modules

  • Practice Revenue Optimizer - Add the power to instantly reveal full revenue potential for each patient walking through the door with the unparalleled, easy-to-read analytics of iCoreHuddle

Software Features

Mandatory e-Prescribing in Connecticut

Prescribers in Connecticut must electronically prescribe controlled substances. The law proposed by Governor Dannel Malloy was passed in June 2017 in an effort to combat opioid abuse and addiction.

Connecticut Controlled Substances Prescription Monitoring:

The Connecticut Prescription Monitoring and Reporting System (CPMRS) collects prescription data for all Schedule II through Schedule V drugs dispensed in Connecticut daily. Prescribers who have a Connecticut Controlled Substance (CSP) Registration issued by the State of Connecticut, Department of Consumer Protection, are required to register as a user with the CPMRS. Prescribers are required to review a patient's record in the CPMRS at least every 90 days if they prescribe greater than a 72-hour supply of any controlled substance. However, if they prescribe greater than a 72-hour supply of any Schedule V narcotic controlled substance, prescribers are required to review the patient's record in the CPMRS at least annually.

iCoreRx offers the ability to integrate with the Connecticut Prescription Monitoring and Reporting System to streamline the process of checking the PMP during the prescribing workflow. Through this integration, prescribers can go directly to the patient's PMP report without having to log in to the PMP and search for the patient. Contact us for more information or fill out the request form above to get started today.


Connecticut Prescription Monitoring Program

Connecticut Prescription Monitoring and Reporting System (CPMRS) Login


PMP Links:

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

For More Information:

Public Act No. 17-131: An Act Preventing Prescription Opioid Diversion and Abuse

House Bill 831
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