Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Wyoming Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP)

The Wyoming PDMP does not guarantee any report to be wholly accurate or complete.  The data reported into the database is the data included in the reports and is not a record of fact. The report is based on the search criteria entered and the data submitted by dispensers. For questions about any record in a PDMP report or to verify a prescription, contact the dispenser or practitioner directly. If there are any concerns about the data provided, contact the Wyoming Prescription Drug Monitoring Program by calling 307-634-9636 or sending an email to


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What Information Does a PDMP Report Provide?


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How Can Providers Use PDMP Reports?


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How Can a Provider Interpret the PDMP Reports?

Interpretation can be made in the context of a complete patient assessment.  Practitioners may wish to include:

What Things may be Important to Consider in Response to Concerns Raised by a Report?

Dispensers and Practitioners may wish to consider discussing the report with their patients.   Attempt to determine the reasons for the concerning report.  Reasons may include: