The Vermont Prescription Monitoring System (VPMS) is a highly effective tool for reducing prescription drug abuse and diversion. VPMS collects, monitors, and analyzes electronically transmitted prescribing and dispensing data submitted by pharmacies and dispensing practitioners. This information is used to support and coordinate clinical care and substance abuse prevention, and to assist in understanding the patterns of controlled substance prescribing and dispensing in Vermont.
As state and national reports indicate that the abuse of pharmaceutical drugs is the fastest growing area of use and addiction, VPMS proactively safeguards public health and safety while supporting the legitimate use of controlled substances.
- Go to VPMS Data and Legislative Reports
- Go to VPMS Data Analysis & Surveillance
- Go to Resources for Patients & Providers
|VPMS User Guides|
|Quick Reference Guide on "How to register for VPMS"|
|Quick Reference Guide on “How to run a Patient Query”|
|FAQ on the VPMS Migration – “How to get started”|
For programmatic support or general inquiries:
Vermont Prescription Monitoring System
Vermont Department of Health