How do I log into iPLEDGE?
To login to iPLEDGE go to www.ipledgeprogram.com and locate the Login section in the middle of the screen. Type your username and password into the appropriate boxes. For example, if your username is ABC123, type exactly ABC123 in the Username box. If your password is 1234, type 1234 in the Password box.
Is iPLEDGE working again?
FDA approved a modification to the iPLEDGE REMS effective December 13, 2021 with system changes for health care professionals and patients.
What happened to iPLEDGE?
Physicians and their teams have been unable to access the iPLEDGE site during an update to incorporate an FDA-approved modification to the iPLEDGE REMS that took effect December 13, 2021. A scheduled change to the iPLEDGE Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) has led to a delay in isotretinoin prescriptions.
What is the date of personal significance for iPLEDGE?
Designees (the MAs/nurses that work with you and confirm your IPledge patients) also need to know their username and date of personal significance before December 10th. If you don't know how to log on, call IPledge customer service at 1-866-495-0654 but be prepared for long wait times.
Is iPLEDGE working now?
The IPMG reports that the majority of iPLEDGE users now have access to their accounts. Although there has been progress, there is a significant amount of work still to be done.
What is wrong with iPLEDGE website?
FDA is aware that patients, prescribers, and pharmacies are experiencing difficulties with the implementation of the modified iPLEDGE Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) program, including the inability of many participants to log in to the website or long call center wait times, resulting in disrupted ...
How do I get ahold of iPLEDGE customer service?
- Have Questions? Call our toll-free number 1-866-495-0654.
- About iPLEDGE.
- About Isotretinoin.
When will iPLEDGE work again?
“Isotretinoin manufacturers anticipate the phone and internet systems for the modified iPLEDGE REMS will be available on December 13, 2021,” the FDA website stated.