Florida Prescription Drug Monitoring Program


Your PDMP is Changing.

E-FORCSE® is pleased to announce an extensive system update designed to improve the user experience. The new user interface is more intuitive and visually pleasing, and also provides new features for the user. 

The new user interface will be implemented on Monday, January 5, 2015.  

A program notification providing a summary of the information associated with the new features, as well as where to find updated user guides and tutorials, was distributed to all system users via e-mail. The reference documents can also be accessed below.

Summary of New Features

Practitioner/Pharmacist Training Guide

Law Enforcement Training Guide

Practitioner/Pharmacist Tutorials

Law Enforcement Tutorials

How does this update impact me?

Your current User Name and Password will NOT change. To support the new password reset functionality, the system will require you to provide updated demographic and security information for your account when you first access the system. Refer to the Frequently Asked Questions link for step-by-step instructions for updating your user profile and answers to common questions associated with the system changes. If you have additional questions or concerns, please e-mail the Florida PDMP Help Desk at flpdmp-info@hidinc.com for further assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions


Welcome Practitioners, Pharmacists, Enforcement and Investigative Agencies to E-FORCSE, the Florida Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.

E-Forcse Logo The Florida Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, known as E-FORCSE® (Electronic-Florida Online Reporting of Controlled Substance Evaluation Program), was created by the 2009 Florida Legislature in an initiative to encourage safer prescribing of controlled substances and to reduce drug abuse and diversion within the state of Florida. E-FORCSE® has selected Health Information Designs, LLC, to develop a database that collects and stores prescribing and dispensing data for controlled substances in Schedules II, III, and IV. Section 893.055, Florida Statutes, requires health care practitioners to report to the PDMP each time a controlled substance is dispensed to an individual. The information is reported through the electronic system as soon as possible but not more than 7 days after dispensing. This reporting timeframe ensures that health care practitioners have the most up-to-date information available.

In addition to practitioners and pharmacists, a law enforcement agency may request confidential controlled substance dispensing information in the database during active investigations regarding potential criminal activity, fraud, or theft regarding prescribed controlled substances and that has entered into a user agreement with the Department. Also the Department of Health Investigative Services Unit and Medicaid Fraud Unit investigators may request information in the database to aide in the investigation of cases involving controlled substances.

The webpage has undergone an extensive update designed to improve the user experience. The new user interface is more intuitive and visually pleasing, and also provides some new functionality.


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