Annual Drug Utilization Reports

  • MAPS Drug Utilization Reports offer data regarding controlled substance prescriptions dispensed in Michigan. In 2017, the number of opioid prescriptions dispensed decreased by 10.7 percent since 2015 while the overall number of schedules 2-5 controlled substance prescriptions dispensed decreased by 7.1 percent during that same timespan.

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    Total CS prescriptions dispensed

    % change from previous year

    2007

    17,007,858

     

    2008

    17,400,640

    2.31%

    2009

    17,876,684

    2.74%

    2010

    18,954,172

    6.03%

    2011

    19,763,680

    4.27%

    2012

    20,991,020

    6.21%

    2013

    20,728,216

    -1.25%

    2014

    20,904,764

    0.85%

    2015

    21,472,326

    2.71%

    2016

    21,092,674

    -1.77%

    2017 19,943,203 -5.45%
  • Click on the years below to access individual drug utilization reports.

    2007 2008
    2009 2010
    2011 2012
    2013 2014
    2015 2016
    2017  

Statewide Opioid Assessment

  • A new statewide assessment has identified trends that will assist government agencies, lawmakers and local community leaders tailor laws, target resources, and design innovative programs to best address the opioid epidemic in Michigan.

    The assessment overlays three years (2013-2015) of well-documented cases of unintentional overdose death with five years (2012-2017) of prescription records in the Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS). In total, more than 7.5 million patients receiving 103.2 million prescriptions over the last five years were linked to 5,261 overdose deaths.

    The assessment provides valuable information about patterns of opioid usage in Michigan by detailing patient-level and aggregate trends of controlled-substance prescriptions and overdose deaths within the state.

    Click here to read the full assessment.