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KASPER (Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting), which tracks Schedule II–V controlled substance prescriptions dispensed within the state as reported by pharmacies and other dispensers, is designed to assist practitioners and pharmacists with providing medical and pharmaceutical patient care using controlled substance medications. KASPER access is available to:

  • practitioners and pharmacists for medical or pharmaceutical treatment of their patients and for reviewing data on controlled substances administered or dispensed to the birth mother of an infant being treated for neonatal abstinence syndrome or prenatal drug exposure;
  • law enforcement officers for a bona fide drug-related investigation;
  • commonwealth's attorneys and assistant commonwealth's attorneys, county attorneys and assistant county attorneys; 
  • licensure boards for an investigation of a licensee;
  • a Medicaid program for utilization review of a recipient;
  • a grand jury by subpoena;
  • a judge or probation or parole officer administering a drug diversion or probation program;
  • a medical examiner engaged in a death investigation.

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Recent Program Resources

KASPER Quarterly Threshold Analysis Report, Fourth Quarter 2017

The Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, as bona fide agent for the Kentucky Department for Public Health, prepares this report to provide information on rates of controlled substance dispensing (number of prescriptions dispensed per 1,000 Kentucky residents) by age group and gender.

KASPER Quarterly Threshold Analysis Report, Third Quarter 2017

The Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, as bona fide agent for the Kentucky Department for Public Health, prepares this report to provide information on rates of controlled substance dispensing (number of prescriptions dispensed per 1,000 Kentucky residents) by age group and gender.

KASPER Quarterly Threshold Analysis Report, Second Quarter 2017

The Kentucky Injury Prevention Center, as bona fide agent for the Kentucky Department for Public Health, prepares this report to provide information on rates of controlled substance dispensing (number of prescriptions dispensed per 1,000 Kentucky residents) by age group and gender.