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eRx Network ePrescribing enables the direct exchange of ePrescribing transactions between pharmacies and physicians through their ePrescribing application. By automating new prescriptions and refill requests/ responses, eRx Network ePrescribing improves the prescription process’ overall efficiency and, as a result, the quality of patient care. Utilizing its Intelligent Routing™ to determine the most efficient electronic route between pharmacy and physician, eRx Network is able to provide a single route for all refill requests (fax or electronic), regardless of the prescriber’s participation in ePrescribing.
eRx Network ePrescribing is further set apart by a variety of value-added, online self-help and troubleshooting tools. Our real-time script-viewing application allows pharmacy users to view all transmitted refill requests and new prescriptions.
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AdvanceNet Health Solutions is pleased to announce our fully integrated e-prescribed solution to our enterprise pharmacy management software, ePostRx™. Fully certified on SureScript 10.6, the electronic prescribing solution includes automated Prescriber Download functionality. The current solution automates the receipt of the electronic prescription in the workflow manager, incorporating matching logic for the patient, to streamline dispensing, with minimal user interaction.
Outbound physician contact incorporates the data in the Prescriber download directory to make the determination if the physician is eligible for electronic contact. When the prescriber is not eligible for electronic contact, the system will default to fax communications.
At AdvanceNet Health Solutions (ANSHealth), we're dedicated to being the world's premier e-Pharmacy technology company. Our ePostRx product enables pharmacies to facilitate higher fulfillment volumes, enhance patient care and increase profitability by supporting multiple business models, including Electronic Scripts, DME dispensing, Specialty Pharmacy, Mail-Order and Central Fill. ePostRx™ is the healthcare industry's first and only open source, enterprise pharmacy solution licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL). So if your business requires:
Then contact ANSHealth and get involved with the ePostRx community today!
RelayHealth is an intelligent network that improves clinical communication, accelerates care delivery and drives cash collections by connecting patients, physicians, hospitals, payers, and pharmacies.
Our pharmacy solutions save time, increase productivity, and minimize claim submission errors built on the foundation of RelayHealth’s Intelligent Network, our state-of-the-art claims processing network offering instant access to payers with efficient and reliable real-time processing.
Value-added services include:
Stop erosion of retail market share, enhance competitiveness, and ensure medication compliance with our patent-pending Patient AssistanceRx™, Preferred PatientRx™, and eVoucherRx™ programs.
Enhance decision-making capabilities with AWP Resubmission Services*, Prescriber Data Management Services, and our analytic reporting. These solutions provide actionable business intelligence and tools to improve profit margins and tackle the most prominent issues facing pharmacies today.
Other solutions include Easy340b™, EasyFSA™ , and IntegrateRx™.
For more information about RelayHealth solutions or to contact us, use the link provided below.
E-Prescribing - a prescriber's ability to electronically send an accurate, error-free and understandable prescription directly to a pharmacy from the point-of-care - is an important element in improving the quality of patient care. The inclusion of electronic prescribing in the Medicare Modernization Act (MMA) of 2003 gave momentum to the movement, and the July 2006 Institute of Medicine report on the role of e-prescribing in reducing medication errors received widespread publicity, helping to build awareness of e-prescribing's role in enhancing patient safety. Adopting the standards to facilitate e-prescribing is one of the key action items in the governments plan to expedite the adoption of electronic medical records and build a national electronic health information infrastructure in the United States.
The MMA created a new voluntary prescription drug benefit under Medicare Part D. Although e-prescribing will be optional for physicians and pharmacies, Medicare Part D will require drug plans participating in the new prescription benefit to support electronic prescribing.
E-Prescribing - a prescriber's ability to electronically send an accurate, error-free and understandable prescription directly to a pharmacy from the point-of-care - is an important element in improving the quality of patient care. The inclusion of electronic prescribing in the Medicare Modernization Act (MMA) of 2003 gave momentum to the movement, and the July 2006 Institute of Medicine report on the role of e-prescribing in reducing medication errors received widespread publicity, helping to build awareness of e-prescribing's role in enhancing patient safety. Adopting the standards to facilitate e-prescribing is one of the key action items in the governments plan to expedite the adoption of electronic medical records and build a national electronic health information infrastructure in the United States.Surescripts
Surescripts operates the nation's largest e-prescription network and supports a rapidly expanding ecosystem of health care organizations nationwide. Surescripts certifies software used by prescribers, pharmacies and payers/PBMs for access to three core services: Prescription Benefit, Medication History and Prescription Routing. In addition to e-prescribing, we also have Clinical Messaging services. Surescripts is helping to make the electronic exchange of healthcare information more accurate, secure, efficient and convenient.WikiPedia - Electronic Prescribing / ePrescribing Information
In 2000, the Institute of Medicine identified medication errors as the most common type of medical error in health care, estimating that this leads to several thousand deaths each year. Causes of medication errors include mistakes by the pharmacist incorrectly interpreting illegible handwriting or ambiguous nomenclature, and lapses in the prescriber's knowledge of desired dosage of a drug or undesired interactions between multiple drugs. Electronic prescribing has the potential to eliminate most of these types of errors. The computer can ensure that clear and unambiguous instructions are encoded in a structured message to the pharmacist, and decision support systems can flag lethal dosages and lethal combinations of drugs.
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