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Renew Your License


The following statutory amendment to the Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program becomes effective on August 1, 2016 and applies to Minnesota licensed physicians and physician assistants. Specifically, Minnesota Statutes 2014, section 152.126, subdivision 6(c) states:  

By July 1, 2017, every prescriber licensed by a health-related licensing board listed in section 214.01, subdivision 2, practicing within this state who is authorized to prescribe controlled substances for humans and who holds a current registration issued by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, and every pharmacist licensed by the board and practicing within the state, shall register and maintain a user account with the prescription monitoring program.  Data submitted a prescriber, pharmacist, or their delegate during the registration application process, other than their name, license number, and license type, is classified as private pursuant to section 13.02, subdivision 12.

For your convenience, a link to the MN Prescription Monitoring Program registration site is accessible through the Board of Medical Practice’s on-line renewal process.

         Your online renewal is available 2 months before your current license expiration date.

If you are registered to renew online, you may provide the following updates online:

-- Address and Professional Profile (Physicians, Physician Assistants, Respiratory Therapist, Athletic Trainers, Acupuncturists, Naturopathic Doctor, Traditional Midwife and Professional Firms)

-- Notice of Intent to Practice (Physician Assistants) Old NIPs can be deleted at any time. New NIPs must be submitted by hard copy to the Board for entering in the Professional Profile.

Questions about renewal?

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