Earlier this month, a select group of MAFP members were given the opportunity to test the new Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS) platform and provide feedback to the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs so they are aware of and can address some of the potential pitfalls in the new system. All MAFP members who run MAPS reports should be aware that the state of Michigan replace the old system with Appriss, PMP AWARxE software, effective April 4, 2017.
Key Dates to Remember
April 3, 2017: Last day to submit requests and/or file submissions to the existing MAPS.
April 4, 2017: All requests and reporting must go through the new system. Current MAPS accounts will no longer be accessible.
Important Registration Information
- Accounts from the current MAPS will not be transferred to the new system.
- Only one user account is allowed per email address.
- Mid-level physicians (nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and physician assistants): A health professional license and DEA registration are required to register as a non-delegate user. If you do not hold a DEA registration, registration is only allowed as a Prescriber Delegate–Licensed user role to request reports on behalf of the physician.
- If registering as a Delegate user, your supervisor must complete registration first.
- Your health professional license, controlled substance license (if applicable), National Provider Identifier (NPI) and DEA registration numbers are required for registration.
- If your registration is approved prior to April 4, 2017, you will be able to log into the application but you will NOT be able to run patient reports until April 4, 2017.
A MAPS AWARxE User Registration Process Tutorial is also available for users.