NH’s drug monitoring program a mess

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A new audit finds that New Hampshire is falling short of its efforts to keep tabs on opioid prescription patterns.

The Concord Monitor reports that a legislative audit finds the state’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program has been poorly managed by the Board of Pharmacy since its creation in 2012. | Keep Reading at AP News New Hampshire

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