TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER X: DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER e: CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACTIVITIES
PART 2080 ELECTRONIC PRESCRIPTION MONITORING PROGRAM
SECTION 2080.100 DISPENSER RESPONSIBILITY


 

Section 2080.100 Dispenser Responsibility

 

a) Each time a Schedule II, III, IV or V drug or other selected drugs, as described in Section 2080.230, is dispensed, the dispenser must transmit, no later than the next business day after dispensing, to the central repository the following data, or any other data deemed necessary by the PMPAC:

 

1) Dispenser DEA number.

 

2) Dispenser full name and address.

 

3) Recipient's (or animal and owner's) name and address.

 

4) NDC identification number of the Schedule II, III, IV or V drug dispensed.

 

5) Quantity of the Schedule II, III, IV or V drug dispensed.

 

6) Date prescription filled.

 

7) Date prescription written.

 

8) Prescriber DEA number.

 

9) Prescriber full name.

 

10) Patient ID.

 

11) Patient sex (M for male, F for female or U for unknown).

 

12) Patient birth date (yyyymmdd year, month, day).

 

13) Date dispensed.

 

14) Payment type (i.e., Medicaid, cash, third-party insurance).

 

15) Patient location code (i.e., home, nursing home, outpatient, etc.).

 

16) Days' supply (based on dispensed quantity).

 

b) If no Schedule II, III, IV or V drug or other selected drugs, as described in Section 2080.230, is dispensed, the dispenser must transmit a zero report, as set forth in American Society of Automation in Pharmacy (ASAP) Prescription Monitoring Program Standard Version 4.2 (2011), to the central repository, no later than the next business day. The incorporation by reference includes no later amendments or editions.

 

c) For hospitals licensed under the Hospital Licensing Act [210 ILCS 85], any discharge or outpatient prescription exceeding a 72 hour quantity must be reported to the PMP central repository no later than the next business day after dispensing. The report shall contain the following data or any other data deemed necessary by the PMPAC:

 

1) Dispenser DEA number.

 

2) Dispenser name and address.

 

3) Recipient's (or animal and owner's) name and address.

 

4) NDC identification number of the Schedule II, III, IV or V drug dispensed.

 

5) Quantity of the Schedule II, III, IV or V drug dispensed.

 

6) Date prescription filled.

 

7) Date prescription written.

 

8) Prescriber DEA number.

 

9) Prescriber name and address.

 

10) Patient ID.

 

11) Patient sex (M for male, F for female or U for unknown).

 

12) Patient birth (yyyymmdd year, month, day).

 

13) Date dispensed.

 

14) Payment type (i.e., Medicaid, cash, third-party insurance).

 

15) Patient location code (i.e., home, nursing home, outpatient, etc.).

 

16) Days' supply (based on dispensed quantity).

 

d) The Department shall impose a civil fine of $100 per day for willful failure to comply with statutory reporting requirements. Assessment of the fine begins on the day after the report was required to be submitted and ends on the day the failure to report is remedied. Fines shall be payable to the Prescription Monitoring Program.

 

(Source: Amended at 40 Ill. Reg. 3737, effective February 29, 2016)