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.
Click for information regarding approved Controlled Substance Continuing Education Courses .
NOTE: A Controlled Substance license is tied to a prescribing practitioner's license (such as physician, or dentist) and is NOT a stand-alone license.
If you currently hold a prescribing practitioner's license, but do not have a Controlled Substance license, you may apply by clicking the Licensing tab.