Most prescribing errors stem from legibility issues, missed drug-drug or drug-allergy reactions, and duplicate therapy overdoses. ChartLogic ePrescribe drastically reduces these medication errors, improving patient safety and increasing clinic productivity. By sending prescriptions electronically, your office will eliminate hours in communications with the local pharmacies, patients won’t have to wait for prescriptions to get to their pharmacy, and you can throw out your prescription pads.
Say good-bye to chicken-scratch handwriting. Let’s just say doctors aren’t known for their meticulous penmanship. Illegible handwriting is at best inconvenient and at worst harmful to patients, but legibility problems go away when medications are prescribed electronically.
Check and double-check. ChartLogic ePrescribe will automatically run several checks every time you “write” a prescription, including drug-drug, drug-allergy, dosage, and duplicate therapy checks. ChartLogic also runs formulary checks on the spot so your patients will know right away which medications they are eligible for as well as which medications are the cheapest. These automatic checks not only save your office time but they also prevent costly prescription mistakes.
What about narcotics? ChartLogic was one of the first EHR vendors to allow electronic prescription of controlled substances, which means all prescriptions, including narcotics, can be sent electronically. This reduces the hefty burden placed on administrators who would otherwise have to manage prescriptions using two separate processes.
Renew prescriptions with just one click. Renewing medications has never been so easy. With just one click, you can accomplish several tasks, from renewing the prescription to sending it to the patient’s preferred pharmacy, all without any phone calls to the pharmacy.
Up-to-date patient history. Our PBM history feature ensures that each of your patients will have comprehensive Rx history readily available in real time. Prescription data flows seamlessly to the pharmacy, keeping you and your patients up to date at all times.