PDMP Delegate Access FAQs
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PDMP Delegate Access FAQs

A: Yes, as a prescriber or pharmacist, you can authorize up to three delegates to access the PDMP database for your patients.

A: If you are a prescriber, you may authorize a delegate who is sufficiently competent in the use of the PDMP, whom you either employ or have under contract with your practice.

If you are a pharmacist, you may authorize a delegate who is sufficiently competent in the use of the PDMP whom you either employ or have under contract with your pharmacy.

A: Visit colorado.pmpaware.net/login to create an account.

A: Personal information, including first and last name, date of birth, address, etc.

A: Although completing the form will take only minutes, it may take the database up to 8 hours to process the request before the prescriber or pharmacist can authorize the delegate to his or her account.

A: Yes, as long as you are sufficiently competent in the use of the PDMP and you are either employed by, or under contract with, the prescriber or pharmacist or the same practice or pharmacy.

A: Please reference C.R.S. § 12-280.403 and § 12-280-404 for additional information.

PDMP Delegate Training Video

A new training video is now available to show prescribers and pharmacists how to set up delegate accounts for the PDMP. Any prescriber or pharmacist can create up to three delegate accounts for trained individuals who can check the PDMP on the prescriber or pharmacist's behalf. You can utilize the PDMP more frequently to get the most complete medical history possible.

View the video now or access it via the "New Delegate Training Video!" button on this site's homepage.