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Clearer Sigs Can Reduce Errors in E-Prescribing
Clearer Sigs Can Reduce Errors in E-PrescribingJust like paper prescriptions, e-prescriptions still rely on clear communication.
Pharmacy Technology: Disruption or Improvement?
Pharmacy Technology: Disruption or Improvement?Is new technology actually making pharmacy any better (or easier)?
CVS to Show Real-time Medication Costs
CVS to Show Real-time Medication CostsThe pharmacy chain announced that CVS Caremark customers will have access to medication costs and lower-cost alternatives.
How a New Technology Can Keep Pharmacists in the Front LinesSurescripts has unveiled a new prescription benefit and prior authorization solution.
All Healthcare is not Local: The Human Cost of Disparate Health DataImproving care coordination across the healthcare continuum has the potential to dramatically improve patient care, reduce duplicative tests and procedures, and positively impact care quality. This whitepaper explores data coordination that more easily locates records, reduces test and procedure duplication — and boosts your quality of care.
Fighting Opioid Misuse: The Numbers
Fighting Opioid Misuse: The NumbersSo just how much naloxone is getting out? How many pharmacies EPCS enabled?
Surescripts Expands Medication History ServiceMore information could help save lives.
All Healthcare is not Local: The Human Cost of Disparate Health DataCan you access patient data from outside systems within your existing EHR workflow? Now you can. Read how a truly national record locator service improves patient care coordination and positively impacts care quality.
Surescripts Takes Aim at Improving e-Prescribing AccuracyNew monitoring system identifies problems with e-prescription systems.
All Healthcare is not Local: The Human Cost of Disparate Health DataTo address rising healthcare costs, clinicians have experienced countless shifting demands and requirements over the past decade. While there’s no single solution to address all of the issues that contribute to rising costs, improving care coordination across the healthcare continuum has the potential to dramatically improve patient care, reduce duplicative tests and procedures, and positively impact care quality – saving an estimated $148 billion to $226 billion annually.