Enabling prescribers, payers and pharmacists to make better medication management decisions.
Helping providers connect to their community for improved care coordination.
Allowing for better and more efficient management of clinical health systems.
In previous posts, I’ve blogged about the value of medication history during transitions of care, and offered perspective on how medication history can save hospitals time and money, all while improving clinical quality.
Surescripts was founded in 2001 to eliminate paper prescriptions and deliver important medical information electronically.
Last month, I shared my thoughts on the value of medication history data during transitions of care.
Data is the life blood of healthcare, but the benefits of improving patient care, increasing efficiency and decreasing costs, cannot be realized if health information exists in isolation.
Recent reports have suggested that the growth of healthcare spending is again increasing to unsustainable levels.
As I mentioned in a previous blog post post, we developed the Quality Management Framework to measure safety, accuracy and completeness of e-prescription transactions.
As a leader in e-prescribing and health information exchange for more than 12 years, Surescripts connects disparate parts of the healthcare system to enable more efficient and effective care.
Laying on a gurney in an emergency room, the last thing on a patient’s mind is what’s in the medicine cabinet at home.
There is no question that the adoption and utilization of electronic prescribing brings a number of key benefits to prescribers, pharmacies and patients.
Leveraging over a decade of experience in e-prescribing, Surescripts allows healthcare professionals to exchange clinical information, improving health outcomes and reducing healthcare costs for all.
Our network enables healthcare professionals to access clinical information across care organizations, delivering a broader reach than any other health IT provider.
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