Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS)

Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS)

  • Welcome to MAPS, Michigan's prescription monitoring program. MAPS is used to track controlled substances, schedules 2-5 drugs. It is a tool used by prescribers and dispensers to assess patient risk and is also used to prevent drug abuse and diversion at the prescriber, pharmacy, and patient levels. On April 4th, 2017 the State of Michigan replaced the MAPS platform with PMP AWARxE.

Additional Information

  • MAPS users can click on the appropriate icons below to learn more about submitting data, reporting requirements and integrating their current Electronic Health Records with the new system. Annual reports, media releases and resources are also available below.

  • MAPS Users   Data Submitters   Integrations   Laws/Regulations   Reports/Metrics   Resources

Contact MAPS

  • Telephone: 517-241-0166
    Fax: 517-241-5072
    Email: BPL-MAPS@michigan.gov

    If your question(s) pertain to the new opioid legislation, we encourage you to review the recently-released FAQs. The FAQs can be found here. Please email any additional questions that you have regarding the FAQs to BPL-MAPS@michigan.gov and the LARA and DHHS policy teams will review and determine whether the FAQs need to be updated. Please call our customer support team if you have questions about how to register for or use MAPS.

  • LARA Deputy Director Kim Gaedeke and Dr. Peter Graham had a live conversation about the new laws for health professionals using the Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS) and how the new regulations will help protect patients. This conversation took place live on Facebook on June 28, 2018.

Partners

  • The State of Michigan’s current battle with the opioid epidemic is a collaborative effort that includes state agencies, law enforcement, non-profits and higher education institutions. Click on the logos of LARA’s partners below to learn about the multiple ongoing efforts across Michigan.

    MDHHS   PDOAC 

             Find Help, Hope & Resources for Opioids                 MSP Angel Program