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E-Priscribing final copy


kholoud khayat

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of E-Priscribing final copy

what What is the system? How it is working? Advantages
Disadvantages E-Prescribing Advantages Disadvantages Save Time Faster Inventory Management Technical Problems (System Down) High Cost of the System Rejected change from the employees Keeping Prescriptions from being lost or forgotten The Absence of Bad Handwriting in
E- Prescribing & Medical Error Enable Payers to Communicate Information to Prescribers that may Lead to Improved Quality Pharmacists & Doctors must learn how to use the Software Patient Privacy Concerns What is the E-Pharmacy E-Dispensing E-Prescribing Difference? E-Prescribing is The Use of a Computer, Handheld Device, or other Hardware with Software that
Allows Prescribers to: Different systems T H A N K Y O U KHOLOUD KHAYAT DANYAH HEJAIJ ABEER AL-MALKI SUPREVISED BY IS E-Prescribing? 1 2 The physician’s e-prescribing or EHR application collects the patient’s consent and demographic information. Then a Request for Patient Information is Sent to the connected payers, PBMs and pharmacies The physician then validates the information with the patient. The prescriber may modify the prescription depending on any drug-drug or drug-allergy alerts. DRUG
ALERT 3 4 5 6 It starts when a patient visit a physician 7 Open Discussion Dr. Iqbal AL-Salih Prevent Duplication of Work between the Supplier and Pharmacy Generate a complete active medication list incorporating electronic data received. Select medications, print prescriptions, electronically transmit prescriptions, and conduct all alerts defined. Provide information on lower-cost, therapeutically-appropriate alternatives if there are any. Provide information on formulary or tiered formulary medications, patient eligibility, and authorization requirements received electronically from the patient’s drug plan. Convey the above information using the messaging and interoperability standards. The System Must be Able to: Needs Time & Training With a Patient’s Consent, Electronically Access Information Regarding a Patient’s Drug Benefit Coverage and Medication History. Electronically transmit the prescription to the patient’s choice of pharmacy. Receive Electronically Transmitted Prescription Renewal Requests from a Pharmacy when the Patient Runs Out. Support the Entire Medication Management Process – Prescribe, Transmit, Dispense, Administer, Monitor. Drug-drug Interaction and Drug-Allergy Checks are also Supported by most if not all e-Prescribing Systems. The payer/PBM then returns prescription benefit, formulary and medication history information to the physician’s E-prescribing Bi-directional Electronic Connectivity between the Physician’s System and the Pharmacy System also allows the Prescription Renewal Process to be Automated.
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