During our recent medical investigation, we learned that doctors can run a KASPER report on themselves to check for potential mistakes and problems. We reached out to KASPER and requested directions on how physicians can obtain this information. Here is the email we received:
Physicians in Kentucky are able to obtain copies of their prescriber report through their own KASPER account. After the physician logs onto their account, he/she should click on “Administration” in the menu to the left. On the screen that follows, he/she should click on “Account Maintenance.” This will take him/her to a page that lists the account holders information, delegate account information and a section titled “Prescribing Report Request.” The physician can enter up to a 90 day date range and receive a copy of their report. They can search further back than 90 days, it just must be done in a maximum of 90 day increments.
The error resolution process can be found in 902 KAR 55:110 Section 8 (http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/
I would also refer you, the doctor and legal counsel to KRS 218A.202, which outlines who may access the KASPER system, who may review KASPER data and with whom that data may be shared (http://www.lrc.ky.gov/
Please feel free to email if I can be of further assistance.