What Prescribers and Pharmacists Need to Know about the PDMP
Starting July 17, 2017:
HB 159 was passed by the legislature in June. When signed by the governor, it will require documentation in the medical record of the indication for a new opioid prescriptions for a greater than a seven-day supply. This law will become effective immediately upon the governor’s signature, so please check back here for further updates. You can read the text of the bill here.
PDMP Web Page: Register | Sign In | Submit Data | Find Information
Joint Committee on Prescriptive Guidelines Report to Alaska State Legislature
Learn more about reducing addiction at: Opioids.Alaska.Gov
Notice of Proposed Changes Relating to the Licensing and Practice of Nursing in the Regulations of the Board of Nursing
Written comments deadline: 5:00 p.m. on August 31, 2017
Written comments received
THE MISSION OF THE ALASKA BOARD OF NURSING IS TO ACTIVELY PROMOTE AND PROTECT THE HEALTH OF THE CITIZENS OF ALASKA THROUGH THE SAFE AND EFFECTIVE PRACTICE OF NURSING AS DEFINED BY LAW.
The Board adopts regulations to carry out the laws governing the practice of Nursing and the work of Nurse Aides in Alaska. It makes final licensing decisions and takes disciplinary action against people who violate the licensing laws.
The Board meets four times a year and offers a public comment period at each meeting.
We encourage you to review and use the various options presented on this website.
The Board of Nursing Disciplinary Actions are now available to view online
The Board of Nursing Advisory Opinions are now available to view online
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