E-Prescribing Quality Guidelines
Surescripts has published a document that outlines the expectations and requirements of a high quality electronic prescription. This page attempts to set the measurement standard against which electronic prescriptions can be assessed for accuracy and completeness.
Attend one of our monthly sessions to hear first-hand recommended best practices, and to learn about the Clinical Quality Management Program.
- Understand the principles and tenets necessary for a high-quality electronic prescription message that results inaccurate dispensing for the patient
- Identify some of the common issues that negatively affect the quality of the electronic prescription message
- Understand Surescripts Quality Management’s role in preventing and assessing quality related events observed within electronic prescription messaging
- Describe the network participants’ role in preventing quality related events from occurring
Contact your account manager to get the registration information for the next available sessions.
A Standard Terminology for Classifying Problems on Electronic Prescription Orders
Surescripts has published a document that outlines a standard terminology and coding scheme used to describe the various kinds of content problems that can be found in an electronic prescription. This document is a supplement to the Guidelines and is used to identify, label, and categorize the problems that are found.
Dhavle, Ajit A., “A Standard Terminology for Classifying Problems on Electronic Prescription Orders in Ambulatory Care,” Surescripts LLC, 2011.
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