Integrated Medication Management is a medication ordering integration that connects senior care providers and pharmacies to allow both parties to access and review medication orders, refills, and formulary changes in real-time.
Streamline the Entire Medication Management Process
Automate communications from prescription to delivery, eliminating processing delays, late deliveries, and discrepancies that impact resident safety. Enhance efficiency with electronic, automatic medication information transfer as well as one-click reordering, eliminating the need to phone or fax your pharmacy. Medication orders, refills, receiving, and supply reconciliation link with pharmacy systems to streamline medication management.
Manage Residents Changing Care Needs
Supporting both a pharmacy-initiated and a physician-initiated workflow, the pharmacy and the care community have instant access to the resident’s updated clinical information and eMAR. Eliminate the need for multiple systems and records to manage changing care needs. The product workflow includes embedded medication alerts and prompts for the right documentation. Color-coded dashboards organize tasks by resident and pass time to ensure timely and accurate med pass.
ePrescribing Curbs Controlled Substance Abuse and Medication Errors
ePrescribing has been shown to reduce medication errors by over 80%
Find out how our e-prescribing software supports EPCS mandates and improves all prescribing workflows
Meet ePrescribing Requirements
ePrescribing refers to the process by which a prescription is electronically created, validated and transmitted directly from the practitioner to a pharmacy or pharmacist securely through e-prescribing software. In response to the rising prescription drug abuse problem, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and states have worked together to create programs and legislation to deter the abuse and misuse of controlled substances like prescription opioids. Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances (EPCS) is legal in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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