Pharmacies in the state of Kansas and those dispensing to Kansas patients from other locations must report to K-TRACS all schedule II, III and IV controlled substance prescriptions and drugs of concern that they dispense.
Drugs of concern required to be reported to K-TRACS include:
Pharmacies that dispense controlled substances and drugs of concern in an outpatient setting must report their prescription drug data to K-TRACS within 24 hours of the drugs being dispensed.
All pharmacies need to report controlled substances dispensed, even when it is infrequent (or occasional). Pharmacies can submit “zero-claim” reports for periods during which they have not dispensed any controlled substance prescriptions. Zero-claim reports must be made every 7 days.
If you need assistance with data submissions, please call Bamboo Health customer service line at 855-544-4767 or submit a support ticket.
The Kansas Board of Pharmacy received legislative approval to collect additional data elements beginning July 1, 2022. Those elements include date the prescription was sold, species code and diagnosis code. K-TRACS will not require these elements to be reported until a later date still to be determined.
Pharmacies will receive at least 6 months' notice of any changes in elements required to be reported with each prescription.
Contact K-TRACS at
[email protected] or 785-296-6547 with additional questions.
Pharmacies that meet the exemptions listed below but also still dispense controlled substances to outpatients must report to K-TRACS, but may exclude the prescriptions dispensed to patients that are in the exemption categories.
Pharmacies that are not required to report include:
Pharmacies that meet these qualifications can request an exemption for reporting from the Board of Pharmacy. A pharmacy or dispensing practitioner that never dispenses controlled substances is not required to report to K-TRACS and can notify the Board in writing that they will not be reporting. They can also use the form provided by the Board.
The administration of a drug does not have to be reported to K-TRACS. Only those drugs dispensed to the patient (i.e. given to the patient to take home for later use) must be reported to K-TRACS.
Non-resident pharmacies should review their exemption waiver annually to ensure it aligns with their current controlled substance dispensing practices. If you begin dispensing controlled substances, please notify the Board of Pharmacy.