Arizona Gateway Integration Request


The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy Controlled Substances Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) grants access to prescribers and pharmacists so they may review controlled substance dispensing information for patients. Access is granted to individuals only - not to clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, or any other health care facility.

There is no fee to the prescriber or the pharmacist for PMP registration.

The Arizona State Board of Pharmacy received funding* for integration allowing healthcare entities large and small to connect to the Controlled Substances Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) through their current electronic health record system and the PMP Gateway – rather than having to login separately to the PMP – making the PMP more efficient and easier to use. * Note: There may be a charge to the healthcare entity from the EHR vendor to add the interface.

For more information, please review the Arizona PMP Gateway Welcome Packet.


Applying for state funding is now quick and easy!

Integration Request Process:

  1. Visit the Customer Connect portal at:
    1. Click Create an Account in the top right-hand corner.
    2. Login and follow the on-screen prompts to provide the needed information for your integration request.
    3. Sign all necessary agreements within the portal and complete your application.
      1. PLEASE NOTE: You will be required to sign a Terms and Conditions document with the AZ PMP office. This document will be emailed to your primary contact after you’ve completed your application within Customer Connect. Pay special attention to the instructions on the confirmation screen within Customer Connect.
    4. Upon receipt of your completed application and the executed AZ PMP Terms and Conditions, Appriss Health will submit your request to the state for final approval.
    5. Upon state approval, credentials will be sent to your organization’s primary contact and/or your EHR/PMS vendor, per their onboarding process.
    6. A confirmation email will be sent to your healthcare organization’s primary point of contact.