Morphine Milligram Equivalent (MME) is a standard metric used to compare the potencies of different opioid medications. A combination of medications with an MME of 90 or above is considered a level that would put a patient at increased risk for an overdose.
- 2017 Controlled Substance by Quarter
- 2017 Controlled Substance by Drug Schedule
- 2017 Patient Demographic
- 2017 Payment Type
- 2017 New vs. Refill Prescriptions
- 2017 % Prescriptions > 90 MME vs. All
- 2017 Opioid vs. Non-Opioid Prescriptions
- 2017 CPMRS Requests
- CPMRS Registrations Per Year (2016 – Present)
- 2017 Disclosures from CT to Other States
- 2017 Disclosures to CT from Other States
- 2017 Licensed Dispensers Reporting to the CPMRS
- CT Prescribing Practitioners vs. CT Practitioners Writing at Least 1 CS Rx Per Year (2016-present)
- Percent of Prescribers, Who Wrote at Least 1 CS Rx Per Year (2014 – Present)
2017 CPMRS Statistics (pdf)
2016 CPMRS Statistics (pdf)
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