Rx Open, formerly called the Pharmacy Status Reporting Tool, is not activated for a major disaster at this time. Click here to learn about the Rx Open maps.
NewsletterSpring / Summer 2013
September 16, 2013
InfoCenter (members only)
Rx Response has been hailed as a model for public/private sector disaster planning and response. Click on the image above to launch a video overview of Rx Response and hear what leading emergency management and public health officials have to say about this vital national program.
Rx Open, formerly called the Pharmacy Status Reporting Tool, has been activated for the Colorado Floods. It is updated as of 9:45PM ET 9/16/2013. Below you will see both county level and individual pharmacy maps that provide information about open pharmacies in a disaster impacted area.
To access the current County Overview Map, click here.
To access the current Individual Pharmacy Map, click here.
County Overview Map
The county overview map displays a high level view of how each county within an affected region’s pharmacies are impacted by an emergency. Each county is color coded based on the entire county’s operational status. When you click on a county, a box appears which contains high level data for that county.
Individual Pharmacy Map
The individual pharmacy map displays a list of individual pharmacies and American Red Cross shelters in the area affected by an emergency. Each pharmacy is color coded based on its operational status. When you click on a pharmacy, a box appears which contains contact information for that pharmacy.
Before going to a pharmacy identified on the map, please call the pharmacy at the listed number to ensure they are open and have your prescription available.
Click here for a downloadable Excel file which lists all of the pharmacies in the affected area, their address, and their operational status. (Choose download from the file menu on the page)
Is the status of your pharmacy incorrect? Please click here to send feedback, and include your NCPDP or NPI number.