INSPECT

Indiana's Prescription Drug Monitoring Program 

 

 

 Please direct all inquiries to: inspect@pla.in.gov

  INSPECT now sharing live data with Ohio!

lNSPECT is excited to announce the release of the new PMPi feature in the WebCenter. This function will allow practitioner users to check a box which will request prescription data from Ohio as well as Indiana to be included on the Rx History Reports. Sharing prescription data will enable practitioners around the state borders to have full access to patient records whether the prescription was written or filled in Indiana or Ohio. This will enable INSPECT users to identify potential doctor-shoppers or drug seekers that are crossing the border to obtain prescriptions and vice versa. Please review the documents below for more information on this exciting new feature.
New INSPECT Practitioner User Guide

 

UPCOMING TRAINING EVENTS 

Click here for more information on these training opportunities or to reserve a space.

  • 11/16/2011 - Muncie
  • 12/7/2011 - Indianapolis

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

 10/18/11 - Change in Zero Reporting!

Beginning 11/15/2011, the Online Zero Reporting Form available from the in.gov page will no longer be accepted by INSPECT. Entities which need to report zero prescriptions dispensed will need to do so via an online account with the INSPECT WebCenter. If your facility does not have an account, please contact Kara Gordon at kargordon@pla.in.gov to set up an account. Please make arrangements to report via the INSPECT WebCenter as soon as possible.

NEW ZERO REPORTING USER GUIDE

 10/18/11 - Court Staff & Probation Officer Access & Usage

Please review the new policies and access guidelines for Probation Officers and other eligible court staff. Those not eligible for access include case managers, office assistants, office coordinators and other office or administrative staff. If you have questions regarding PO access please email inspect@pla.in.gov .

Court Staff & Probation Officer New User/Reauthentication Form

Court Staff & Probation Officer Access Policies & Guidelines

7/5/11 -   Waiting on your registration to be approved?

Make sure you have fully completed your registration with the INSPECT WebCenter. If you have registered online, but have not submitted the account re-authentication form, your registration is not complete. INSPECT will only be able to process your registration once that form has been submitted to our office. A copy of that form along with more informationcabe be found here: http://www.in.gov/pla/2333.htm . It is not necessary to complete this form for a Pharmacy Data Upload Account.

Unsolicited Reporting FAQs INSPECT will begin the process of sending out Person of Interest (POI) Alerts to practitioners on October 12th, 2010. Please review the Unsolicited Reporting FAQ document and forward any questions you may have to inspect@pla.in.gov.

 

SYSTEM UPGRADE INFORMATION:

Please review the information below for the new requirements:

NEW INSPECT Formatting Manual - Regular Batch Uploads 

Sample file for Batch Uploads

NEW INSPECT Formatting Manual - Compounded Prescriptions

Sample file for Compounded Prescriptions
 
ASAP Requirements notification letter 

INSPECT Program Manual 

ASAP 2007 Technical Requirements

Please direct all inquiries to inspect@pla.in.gov

Pharmacy Change Order Form

Fill out this form if a pharmacy location has incorrectly reported information to the INSPECT database. This can be used to correct records after a pharmacy has already uploaded data.The INSPECT program will only make changes after a Change Order form has been submitted, no exceptions.

 

  


INSPECT Program

402 W. Washington St. Rm W072, Indianapolis, IN 46204

317-234-4458         inspect@pla.in.gov