What is NYSMPEP?
The New York State Medicaid Prescriber Education Program (NYSMPEP) is a partnership between the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) and the State University of New York (SUNY). NYSMPEP, formed in response to legislation in April 2008, educates prescribers on evidence-based, non-commercial pharmacotherapy information.
What is the goal of the program?
The goal of the program is to optimize the quality of care for NYS Medicaid members by providing prescribers the most current information on best practices in pharmaceuticals and therapeutics.
How does the NYSMPEP program work?
NYSMPEP educational materials are prepared and delivered by skilled content experts. Our enduring programs are recorded continuing education sessions that are available to complete any day and time for Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) PRA Category 1 credit. Educational materials incorporate disease management information including best practices for selected disease states and conditions.
For a list of currently available and upcoming educational content, visit the Educational Programs page.
Who is the NYSMPEP team?
An interdisciplinary network that works collaboratively to identify content experts to meet the timely educational needs of Medicaid prescribers across New York State. Information created and disseminated through the program is peer-reviewed to ensure quality.