- States with legislation protecting CPP's
- List of all state laws about opioid prescribing
- Advocacy Tools with tips on how to get legislation in your state
States With Legislation Protecting CPP's:
- Rhode Island Bill 384
- Oklahoma Bill SB57
- New Hampshire
- Minnesota (Voted out of Committee. Hearing date for next committee isn't set yet)
List of All State Laws About Opioid Prescribing:
Many states have prescribing laws. Read An Examination of State and Federal Opioid Analgesics and Continuing Education policies which was printed in 2020. We've also included the pdf version of the article. The purpose of the article is "To evaluate the impact of its Opioid Analgesic Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) program, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requested the opioid manufacturers responsible for implementing that program provide information regarding opioid policy changes from 2016 to 2018. FDA also requested a survey of state requirements for pain and opioid prescribing continuing education (CE), the number of prescribers affected by those requirements, the extent to which a REMS-compliant CE program would meet each state’s requirements, and the number of relevant CE programs available."
We've included two charts that list prescribing laws state by state
- This includes state laws and Continuing Education laws
- Laws limiting the prescribing and dispensing of opioids done by the Network For Public Health Law
See our Advocacy Tools to see tips on how to start the process of getting legislation in your state.
CPP advocate from NH, Bill Murphy, walks you through the process of getting legislation in your state: