Tamper Resistant Rx Pad News

Our tamper resistant Rx pad News section covers topics that range from information about our company and secure Rx products, to updates of state legislation affecting tamper resistant prescription pads and Rx paper, to relevant industry news that is of interest to medical providers and their patients.


We have written about and explained many of the most frequently asked questions about our secure prescription paper and tamper resistant Rx pad products in various entries of our News section. We also have written in-depth articles regarding how to navigate our website and utilize its many capabilities, should anyone need to troubleshoot or learn more after office hours. As our website or products change, we write new entries to stay current. Please reference our most recent News entries about our company for any questions you may have.


From time to time, state-specific legislation regarding tamper resistant prescription pads and Rx paper changes. We stay up-to-date with new mandates and protocols, changing our products to fit the new requirements if necessary. When this happens, we stay in constant communication with our clients regarding the changing regulations and how they may affect the customer. In our News section, we cover details about any new state legislation regarding prescription pads, as well as deadlines for compliance.


When we report on subject matter outside of the scope of our company and products, we seek information from reputable sources such as state boards of pharmacy, governmental health agencies, and nationally renown organizations. We tailor our industry-related News to the medical profession, and oftentimes we include information that prescribers and providers can share with their patients, such as tips for an accurate blood pressure reading, or how to dispose of unwanted medication.

Our cited sources for industry related information include, but are not limited to:

  • National Association of Board of Pharmacy (NABP)
  • AWARxE (a division of NABP)
  • American Medical Association (AMA)
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • Health.gov

For up-to-date information regarding special office hours for holidays, we no longer report in the News section. Please check our Facebook page for any holiday closures, and while you’re there, feel free to Like Us!