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    @Qtrgirl odd they don't have to tell you truthfully like a professional! what if they're just having a bad day?

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    Most Physicians will now pull Pharmacy Records before appts. In some states this is required to prevent Dr shopping. My PCP always has my history when I go in. I'm use to it.

    I need to find another PCP while I am Caretaking my Dad in another state and I expect they will do the same.
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    @Jazie

    My GP just moved to a new practice early this year, and when I came in last February for my first appointment at her new practice, she asked me if I was still taking Tenuate! It threw me for a second, then I explained that while she was on “Sabbatical” I refused to see any of those QUACK D.O.’s she practiced with ( hold your comments folks, you wont change my opinion of D.O.s ) so I had a N.P. friend of mine fill my regular meds, including Tenuate. My normal GP, an M.D., but soooooo young, had no idea what Tenuate was ( she normally prescribes me phentermine hcl ) and asked me where I got it!?

    Sure, I was tempted to say “ The same place in the hood where I buy my black tar heroin”, but being raised a bit better, I said “ You’re the one with the PDMP database which I know lists the prescriber”, but here’s her card and if you check your MyChart Mail, you’ll see I wrote you about this months ago.

    But I still love that woman! She’s so BY THE BOOK, which may make some weep, but statistically, the best physicians.
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    The State that I live in has a statewide database (Prescription Database Monitoring Program) as @H20shed65 mentioned above. It primarily is designed for the "control and monitoring" of Controlled Substances prescribed in my state, pretty self explanatory.
    I do not know all the facts about how this system works but I would assume that each State has similar types of programs, if not all States are already coordinating and participating together in a Nation-wide Prescription Monitoring Database. I would assume that is the case now- this program being a Nationwide or interconnected exchange of your Rx's and prescribers information for monitoring purposes.
    (Please anybody, correct me if I'm wrong about any of this. I would love to know the real deal and laws.)

    I'm sharing my experience with you because it is very similar to the situation @H20shed65 describes above.

    So trying to make a long story short and to the point. I was visiting w my Primary Care doc on a regular basis due to a medication contract I had to sign as a result of being prescribed a controlled substance.
    Very strict the way they ran things at this office, random phone calls and check-ins, UAs and medication counts, etc. Within a couple weeks, I was given a referral to find a local psychiatrist in my area and soon started seeing one which is the main reason I started at this office was for the referral. About two months go by, I was going to two separate practices and both were prescribing me various medications.
    One day at my primary care office, my pcp comes in the room with a few papers in hand and obviously was not happy about something.
    From what I gathered, my state's prescription monitoring program circulates a list or database of all prescribed prescriptions and/or controlled substances between providers/prescribers/pharmacists...
    I'm not sure if its a monthly thing or bi-monthly publishing but point being is that my Pcp knew the name of my psych dr, appt. dates/times, and also what/when/where I filled my psych medications.
    This same paper or "database" also is distributed to the pharmacists, other specialists, anyone having anything to do with your medications.
    THEY SEE EVERYTHING!!

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    I would like to know anyone's insight, personal knowledge or a good guess, regarding ordering through an OP and if your order is reported to any database your doctor could access?

    Do you feel these orders are reported to a prescription database? I'm asking because someone I know is in a pain management program. I know from a family member information is indeed shared, but that is from a doc you saw and who gave you a paper script or electronic script and it's part of your record that it was given to you. Then when you fill it, at a neighborhood pharmacy, the information is passed onto a database and your insurance company. It's also shared between departments within the same clinic, as well as non-affiliated medical groups, so if you go to a different clinic or to the ER/ED they have your information.

    My feeling is the brokers, "physicians" and pharmacies, don't interest, have our SS# and I just don't feel they want any light to shine on them for reporting an order to any database. I feel the tracking is one reason purchases are made online.

    Whadda think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vapestar View Post
    The State that I live in has a statewide database (Prescription Database Monitoring Program) as @H20shed65 mentioned above. It primarily is designed for the "control and monitoring" of Controlled Substances prescribed in my state, pretty self explanatory.
    I do not know all the facts about how this system works but I would assume that each State has similar types of programs, if not all States are already coordinating and participating together in a Nation-wide Prescription Monitoring Database. I would assume that is the case now- this program being a Nationwide or interconnected exchange of your Rx's and prescribers information for monitoring purposes.
    (Please anybody, correct me if I'm wrong about any of this. I would love to know the real deal and laws.)

    I'm sharing my experience with you because it is very similar to the situation @H20shed65 describes above.

    So trying to make a long story short and to the point. I was visiting w my Primary Care doc on a regular basis due to a medication contract I had to sign as a result of being prescribed a controlled substance.
    Very strict the way they ran things at this office, random phone calls and check-ins, UAs and medication counts, etc. Within a couple weeks, I was given a referral to find a local psychiatrist in my area and soon started seeing one which is the main reason I started at this office was for the referral. About two months go by, I was going to two separate practices and both were prescribing me various medications.
    One day at my primary care office, my pcp comes in the room with a few papers in hand and obviously was not happy about something.
    From what I gathered, my state's prescription monitoring program circulates a list or database of all prescribed prescriptions and/or controlled substances between providers/prescribers/pharmacists...
    I'm not sure if its a monthly thing or bi-monthly publishing but point being is that my Pcp knew the name of my psych dr, appt. dates/times, and also what/when/where I filled my psych medications.
    This same paper or "database" also is distributed to the pharmacists, other specialists, anyone having anything to do with your medications.
    THEY SEE EVERYTHING!!
    Your Dr pulled that information by request on you prior to your visit. My old Dr had my records in front of her every visit as she pulls all info on patients.

    Pharmacies, or State Agency's don't automatically send records to Dr's. Dr's pull the records to CYA to recognize 'Shoppers' and to make sure they are not double scripting what another Dr you see might be.

    In some states it is now a Law that Dr's pull records before visits.

    Welcome to DEA rules 101. Sucks.
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    PLEASE, MEMBERS, ANY INSIGHT OR THOUGHTS ON THIS?

    Thank you!

    Second post...
    I would like to know anyone's insight, personal knowledge or a good guess, regarding ordering through an OP and if these orders are reported to any database your doctor could access/view?

    Do you feel the orders are ever reported to a prescription database? I'm asking because someone I know is in a pain management program. I know from a family member information is indeed shared, but that is from a doc you saw and who gave you a paper script or electronic script and it's part of your record that it was given to you. Then when you fill it, at a neighborhood pharmacy, the information is passed onto a database and your insurance company. It's also shared between departments within the same clinic, as well as non-affiliated medical groups, so if you go to a different clinic or to the ER/ED they have your information. Got that... what about online ordering?

    My feeling is the online brokers, "physicians" and "pharmacies", don't have any interest in doing so. They also don't have our SS# and I just don't feel they want any light to shine on them for reporting an order to any database. I feel the tracking and reporting is is one reason purchases are made online. This is my belief. Is there any chance one would report the info to a state database?

    Adding: In my years of online ordering, no medical group or physician ever brought up my online orders. However, I'm not in a pain management program, but would that make a difference? I don't think it would because ordering online without a written script is a very different dog, so to speak.

    Whadda think?
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    I seriously doubt it. I cannot imagine that anyone other than your online vendor( or whomever gets into his/her computer) would be able to see what you've ordered. There is NO incentive whatsoever for those who provide online pharmaceuticals through informal channels to document this with any regular reporting agency, as all they'd be doing is drawing attention to what they are not supposed to be doing in the first place. So I would not spend too much time worrying about that.
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    The Company I work for handles all my Medical Bill while in the US. Anytime I had to see a Doctor they had previous info about different scripts ( I have worked in 5 states) all before them. The scripts were all legal and I was not " Doctor Shopping" If I need to go to a doctor I have to ask permission ( or pay a fortune I assume). One time the Doctor was on the Phone to my English Doctor back home and asking about any medications I was on. I am not from the US, I just work there, so it maybe different rules.

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    In Michigan, any doctor or pharmacy can check out what a patient has had filled. Its called Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS).

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