Online Supervision and Prescriptive Delegation Registration System - Click to access system.
Use the online system to register prescriptive authority AND to file the notice of intent to practice/supervise as required of PAs and physicians. Hard copy supervision and delegation forms are no longer be accepted (except as required).
Review the eligibility requirements for system usage then click on the link above to use the system.
Supervision/delegation approval or termination changes should be updated in our system within 30 days. Please note that for any current or future investigations, updates submitted more than 30 days after a change does not affect any liability you may have incurred for not properly registering supervision or delegation information.
Supervision and Prescriptive Delegation Registration System - Step by Step Instructions - These instructions will assist you with the process once you have entered the system.
Within this system, the following definitions apply:
- Controlled Substances - medications that require prescriptions and are on the list of scheduled drugs
- Dangerous Drugs - medications that require prescriptions and ARE NOT on the list of scheduled drugs
For a current list of scheduled drugs (controlled substances): https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/schedules/index.html
For more information, please contact the Registration Department at Registrations@tmb.state.tx.us .
In mid June 2020, the Texas Board of Nursing instituted a new license number format for APRNs. The TMB is working with the BON to integrate this new license number format into our Online Supervision and Prescriptive Delegation system. At this time, only APRNs with existing MyTMB accounts have access to the online registration system.
Any APRN who does not currently have access to the online delegation system, and needs to register prescriptive delegation immediately, please contact the Registration Department at Registrations@tmb.state.tx.us .
Please note that as of April 5, 2020, Governor Greg Abbott temporarily waived certain regulations to assist with Texas' COVID-19 response. For the duration of the Governor’s disaster declaration, physicians and their delegates may establish and maintain supervisory relationships with increased flexibility in order to more effectively respond to the COVID-19 emergency. Specifically, for the duration of the disaster declaration, the limit on the number of prescriptive delegates has been lifted and supervisory relationships do not need to be in writing or registered with the TMB.
Additional information on the specifics of this waiver, and other information related to the COVID-19 Response is available on our website at: http://www.tmb.state.tx.us/page/coronavirus