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Information from TN Dept of Health about the Ongoing Novel Coronavirus Outbreak

Controlled Substance Monitoring Database Program

On August 28th the Governor issued Executive Order No. 59 to extend the State of Emergency related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to September 30, 2020. The order allows the continued suspension of various laws and regulations and other measures in these orders to facilitate the treatment and containment of COVID-19 through regulatory flexibility, promoting social distancing and avoidance of large gatherings, and protecting vulnerable populations. Gov. Lee also signed Executive Order Nos. 60 and 61, which extend through September 30 provisions that allow for electronic government meetings subject to transparency safeguards and remote notarization and witnessing of documents, allowing for implementation of best practices developed during COVID-19 for providing live broadcasts of electronic meetings and safely conducting in-person transactions, respectively, beginning October 1. Executive Order Nos. 59, 60 and 61 may be found at: https://sos.tn.gov/products/division-publications/executive-orders-governor-bill-lee

The Tennessee Department of Health has contracted with Appriss, Inc. to integrate CSMD information into approved Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and Pharmacy Management Systems (PMS) using Appriss Health’s PMP Gateway service. The workflow integration will, in many cases, eliminate the need for providers to navigate to the CSMD website, log in, and enter their patient’s information.  Instead, controlled substance prescription records may be obtained within the clinical workflow inside the EHR and PMS.  For more information on EHR and PMS using Appriss Health's PMP Gateway please click here.


Controlled Substances Shipment Reporting

Data Submission for Tennessee-Licensed Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Distributors

Health Professional Boards

The mission of each board is to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of Tennesseans by requiring those who practice health care professions within this state to be qualified.