West Virginia Legislative Auditors Endorse Prescription Monitoring Program Compact
Legislative auditors in West Virginia recently endorsed the Prescription Monitoring Program Compact developed by CSG's National Center for Interstate Compacts. The auditors recommended to the state legislature that interstate prescription drug data exchange was essential to eventually reducing the epidemic of prescription drug abuse. The compact allows states to securely share prescription drug data while also protecting patient privacy. To read more about the scope of the problem in West Virginia please click here. To learn more about the compact please click here or contact Crady deGolian at 859-244-8068 or by e-mail at email@example.com.