K-TRACS is the prescription drug monitoring program for the state of Kansas. It is used by prescribers and pharmacists as a clinical decision-making tool to promote patient safety and healthy communities through prevention of prescription drug misuse, abuse and diversion.
Established by K.S.A. 65-1683, K-TRACS requires pharmacies to report all controlled substances in schedules II-IV and drugs of concern dispensed to Kansas patients on a daily basis.
Prescribers and pharmacists use K-TRACS to evaluate patients’ prescription history. Equipped with this information and used in combination with other medical history and assessments, prescribers and pharmacists can inform clinical decisions and engage patients in conversations that promote health and safety.
Make the most of your use of K-TRACS:
Healthcare providers can contribute to creating healthy communities by: