Collectively enabling safer and more affordable prescriptions.
Arming healthcare professionals with actionable patient intelligence.
Insights and perspectives on some of healthcare’s biggest challenges.
Building connections and making an impact on patients.
Specialty medications are vital therapies with complex requirements. Simplify the process and enable prescribers, pharmacists and specialty hubs to send and receive data electronically.
Automate the specialty enrollment process and electronically connect prescribers, pharmacists and specialty hubs for a streamlined experience and faster time to fill for patients.
Specialty medication enrollment data is sent directly from the electronic health record (EHR) to the specialty pharmacy and/or hub, with no action needed from the prescriber.
The e-prescription and specialty patient enrollment information are sent simultaneously via a secure, automated workflow—correct, approved and ready for fulfillment.
By sending specialty pharmacies and/or hubs accurate and complete enrollment data, phone calls and faxes are greatly reduced, giving valuable time back to prescribers, pharmacists and support staff.
Enrollment data is sent automatically, so critical prescriptions are ready to fill faster. A 200% increase in prescriber enablement in 2020 means more patients can start treatment sooner.
When the specialty pharmacy does not receive all clinical enrollment data electronically, specialty pharmacists can retrieve this data directly from the prescriber’s electronic health record (EHR).
Initiate a patient search for the required clinical information to dispense a specialty medication, including when more information is needed and for medication type.
Specialty pharmacists avoid the arduous task of manual patient information-gathering, reducing phone calls, faxes and paperwork.
Use the Specialty Medications Gateway together with Specialty Patient Enrollment to receive enrollment data electronically—or to locate data without having to contact the prescriber.
Surescripts commissioned a survey of 414 specialty pharmacists to understand the challenges and bright spots in their work getting critical medications to patients.
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Endless paperwork and the tyranny of fax machines are barriers to getting multiple sclerosis patients started on specialty medication sooner rather than later.