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Announcements


NEW REPORTING REQUIREMENT | Healthcare Providers with a Third-Party Medical Records Service

On July 1, 2023, HB 312 was enacted which requires all healthcare providers who utilize the services of a third-party medical records company to report this information to the Division of Professional Licensing. To learn more about this requirement and how to report the information, please visit us at: Third-Party Medical Records Reporting Requirement





New Training Requirement for DEA-registered practitioners

  • The Drug Enforcement Agency | Diversion Unit is now requiring a one-time 8-hour Medication Assisted Treatment Training for all DEA-registered practitioners. For more information, refer to this document: MATE Training Letter  

Please Note: Senate Bill 035

  • Senate Bill 035 did not change the licensing laws for Physicians or Dentists, as these professions already have endorsement pathways included in their law. All licensing requirements can be found on the Laws and Rules tab on each profession's page.


DOPL Temporarily Suspends Enforcement of e-Prescribing Requirement for Controlled Substances


Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances

Beginning January 1, 2022, Utah Code Annotated 58-37-22 requires that most* prescriptions issued for a controlled substance be transmitted electronically as an electronic prescription; however, you may apply for a limited extension by submitting the form linked below.

Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances: Request for Limited Extension to Comply

*FOR INFORMATION ON EXEMPTIONS, PLEASE SEE UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 58-37-22.

While a prescriber is permitted to use any vendor, the Division* is aware of the vendors identified on the list below.

Electronic Prescribing Vendors

*THE DIVISION DOES NOT ENDORSE ANY PARTICULAR VENDOR, AND THE INFORMATION ON THIS RESOURCE SHEET MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME.