This page outlines how a PMP AWARxE user can view search results after performing a Patient Rx request.
View Patient Rx Request
You will first need to perform a patient Rx request. See Completing a Patient Rx Request for information on how to perform a patient search.
The results screen displays a summary showing the total number of prescriptions, prescribers, and pharmacies for that patient report. It also shows sections for patient consolidation information, prescription information, prescribers, and dispensers. You can click on the minus/plus signs next to the sections to collapse and expand those sections.
Under the "Rx Data" section, there are various fields including the fill date, when the prescription was written, the drug name, quantity, days (supply), the rx (prescription) number, pharmacy name, refill information, morphine equivalents for each narcotic prescription (MgEq), and the state PMP provider of the prescription record.
If you have a question regarding an icon that appears on the patient report...
For example, the "T" icon may appear within the "Daily Dose" portion of the patient report to indicate the treatment type (reason for use) of the filled prescription.
Hover over the icon to display further details on the treatment type.
If you are a MassPAT user and are interested in more information on SafeScripts, you may access the SafeScripts Overview within the "Training" section of the "Menu".
Morphine Milligram Equivalent
This is the calculated morphine equivalent for narcotic drugs. If the drug is not a narcotic, this column will display a "-" since there is not an equivalent measurement. If the user wants to know how it's calculated, you should contact your State Administrator. Refer to the "PMP State Information" tab for State Administrator contact information for each state.
Below are the quick descriptions of "Payment Type" column values:
If available (based upon permissions configured by the PMP State Administrator), buttons at the top right corner of the screen allow the report to be saved as a PDF or CSV file.
You may also wish to print the reports. How to Print Patient Reports.
If you have any questions regarding data or information found on a patient report, you can contact your State Administrator.
Military Base Pharmacies & Federal Prescription Data
If a prescription was filled on a military base, this patient information will not be available via PMP AWARxE. This information is federal and is not available in the PMP AWARxE portal, regardless of the state it was filled in.