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Healthcare System

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If your organization employs 500-1000+ healthcare providers, has 10 or more locations, and has its own IT department, we consider you a Healthcare System.

The vision of integration with your organization would allow your prescribers to access the PDMP system from your IT infrastructure, utilizing their credentials from your organization. This would eliminate the need for each and every prescriber to individually register with the CURES Program.

Benefit

  • All prescribers access PDMP without individual registration — eliminating notaries and the lengthy registration process
  • Timely and accurate prescription history
  • Improved quality of care
  • Improved public health and safety

How it Works

  • Your IT department and DOJ’s work together to establish a means for trusted electronic authentication sharing
  • Both your organization and ours must be in the position to make significant time commitment and establish this as a project
  • Shared commitment must be documented through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
  • First step, contact us:
  • CURES/PDMP
  • Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigative Services
  • Law Enforcement Support Program
  • P.O. Box 160447
  • Sacramento, CA 95816

First step, contact us:

  • CURES/PDMP
  • Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigative Services
  • Law Enforcement Support Program
  • PO Box 160447
  • Sacramento, CA 95816

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If you live in an area of California where a Live Scan is not available, you may request an Exemption from Mandatory Live Scan Submission and submit the Request for Exemption and a completed FD 258 Fingerprint Card. Request for Exemption, pdf Instruction for the Request for Exemption, pdf

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