SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Wolf Administration’s PA Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Sharing Data with 10 Other States and D.C. National Issues, Press Release, Public Health, Results, Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA – The Wolf Administration’s Department of Health today announced that the Pennsylvania Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PA PDMP) is now sharing data with drug monitoring programs in 10 states and Washington D.C.“We are pleased to be working with other states to stop prescription drug abuse because the issue of addiction doesn’t stop at Pennsylvania’s border,” Governor Wolf said. “Sharing this information will help curb doctor shopping and save lives. We will soon connect with even more states to ensure the greatest level of protection for every Pennsylvanian.”Users of Pennsylvania’s PDMP can now see if their patients have filled controlled substance prescriptions in: Connecticut; Illinois; Louisiana; Massachusetts; New Jersey; New York; Ohio; Virginia; West Virginia; and Washington D.C. Additionally, a one-way sharing connection has been established with Maryland, enabling their program users to search the PA PDMP.“This interstate sharing of patient data helps providers get a more complete picture of their patients’ controlled substance prescription histories, regardless of which state they filled their prescription in,” Department of Health Secretary Karen Murphy said.The Department of Health’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program office manages the PA PDMP system, which collects Schedule II-V controlled substances data and stores it in a secure database only available to health care professionals and others as authorized by law.The PA PDMP system has improved the quality of patient care in Pennsylvania by providing prescribers and dispensers access to information about all controlled substances dispensed to their patients. This system also assists prescribers in referring patients with the disease of addiction to appropriate treatment.Health information in the PA PDMP system is protected by the Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and other state laws. The HIPAA privacy rule and state law protect the privacy of individuals’ health information.Pennsylvania residents and/or patients, licensed medical professionals, and users of the system can request information by contacting the PA PDMP office at RA-DH-PDMP@pa.gov.For more information, please browse the PA PDMP website for the latest updates at www.doh.pa.gov/PDMP. June 29, 2017
173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba.A SPRAWLING Clagiraba property with countryside vistas and two impressive homes has sold for $3.45 million.The sale of 173 Stewart Rd marks a record for the suburb, which was set by the same property in 2004 when it sold for $2.14 million.Ray White Prestige Gold Coast agent Josh Thomas said a local family snapped up the property on Wednesday. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba.Coomera River and Guanaba Valley offer stunning views from the property.Mr Thomas said the sellers, brothers John and Carlo Tuminello, were “excited for what the future holds”.The brothers and their young families have lived on the property for the past 13 years.They said in October that it was the perfect property for their shared love of motor cross but they were looking for a larger estate.“It’s one of the nicest properties on the river in the Guanaba Valley,” John Tuminello said.“We’ve had camp-outs and bonfires – the kind of stuff you just can’t do in most backyards.”Mr Thomas said more and more buyers were looking for property in Clagiraba and Guanaba.“It’s becoming quite a sought after part of the Gold Coast because you can get really luxurious properties that give you the real country-style living, but are still just half an hour from the beach,” Mr Thomas said. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba. 173 Stewart Rd, Clagiraba.“I think they were looking at property in general for a year, but they did see this when I first marketed the (home),” Mr Thomas said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe 14ha property was listed in June last year before Mr Thomas took over the marketing in September.He said it attracted a lot of interest but nothing solid until now.“There were multiple offers on the property and some of those offers had settlement periods that weren’t agreeable to the owners,” Mr Thomas said.There are two houses on the property as well as a separate two-bedroom caretaker’s cottage.One of the houses has five bedrooms and features a formal lounge, fireplace, gym, office and second kitchen.The second house has four bedrooms, a media room, and open-plan kitchen and family room.It also has irrigated and fenced horse paddocks with eight shelters while a stable compound has one bedroom, a bathroom and kitchen.
Published on January 28, 2013 at 4:29 pm Contact Mark: email@example.com | @mark_cooperjr Related Stories Orange lands 3-star defensive back recruit Chauncey ScissumDual-threat quarterback Kimble chooses SyracuseFormer commit Edwards no longer considering Syracuse, according to report Alex Hayes, an offensive guard from Tucker High School (Ga.), has verbally committed to Syracuse.Hayes is the second offensive lineman in SU’s recruiting class, joining offensive tackle Jonathan Burton from Virginia. Bryan Lamar, Hayes’ coach at Tucker, said Hayes visited SU last weekend and committed soon after.Hayes tweeted Sunday morning that he had committed to Syracuse.A 6-foot-4, 275-pound lineman, Hayes was part of a team that won a state championship his junior year and went 10-3 his senior year.“Very athletic, very agile for his size,” Lamar said. “Great student, great kid.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHayes was originally recruited to Syracuse by former offensive line coach Greg Adkins. Adkins coached a couple of Tucker assistant coaches when he was an assistant at the University of Georgia from 1996-2000, Lamar said. Adkins was a primary recruiter in the state of Georgia for Syracuse.When Adkins left to join Marrone with the Bills, Syracuse wide receivers coach Rob Moore picked up the recruitment of Hayes.“Rob Moore did a great job with Alex, building that bridge there,” Lamar said.Lamar said Hayes also got to meet new Syracuse offensive line coach Patrick Perles on his visit.Perles, most recently the offensive line coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, is listed in the Syracuse University directory as an assistant coach for football. The university has not released an official statement about Perles, though.Hayes had offers from East Carolina, Tulane and Central Florida, according to Rivals.com. He also had an offer from Wake Forest, according to Scout.com. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+