A Data Resource for Medical Professionals and Law Enforcement
What is the Diversion Alert Program (DAP)?
What is the goal of the Diversion Alert Program?
I am so busy in my medical practice, how can I be expected to fit Diversion Alert into the flow of my office?
As a medical professional, why would I want to use Diversion Alert in my practice?
How does DAP work?
What is the difference between an arrest, a summons, an indictment and a conviction?
Is it legal to distribute arrest information?
What is the conviction rate for individuals charged with drug-related crimes in Maine?
How do I know Diversion Alert data is accurate?
Who can register to use the Diversion Alert Program?
I know my patients, how can this information be useful to me?
How can Diversion Alert be useful to pharmacists?
Can a pharmacist refuse to fill a customer’s prescription?
What kinds of risks does refusal to fill a prescription carry for the pharmacist?
What kinds of risks does refusal to prescribe a controlled substance carry for the prescriber?
If I suspect a patient is diverting prescription medication, am I allowed to report the person to a law enforcement agency?
Can Diversion Alert data be useful for law enforcement agencies?
As a Diversion Alert registrant, what are my responsibilities?
Is there anything in which Diversion Alert data should not be used?
Can I share the monthly Diversion Alert reports with other people?
What are the differences between Diversion Alert and Maine’s Prescription Monitoring Program?