Surescripts White Coat Award 2018


Accurate e-prescriptions improve the prescribing process for physicians and pharmacists and enhance patient care. That’s why we’re excited to announce the Surescripts White Coat Award, which recognizes the efforts our customers are making to improve e-prescription accuracy and rewards leaders who have adopted best practices and technology enhancements to achieve top results.


Highest Accuracy: Best prescription accuracy as of August 1 based on Surescripts Quality Index Score*

Most Improved Accuracy: Greatest change in Quality Index Score* between July 31 and August 1 of the year prior

Trailblazer Award: Most accurate combined Drug Description, Drug ID, Sig and Potency Unit Code as of August 1


Electronic health records (EHRs) that contract directly with Surescripts and serve multiple provider groups will be considered for the awards. No submission is required.



  • More than 20,000 monthly active prescribers
  • 20,000 or fewer monthly active prescribers

For each category, the top two EHRs in each tier will be named as finalists. The one EHR demonstrating the best performance in each tier will be selected as winners.


August 1: Surescripts evaluates data available in Surescripts Sentinel® to determine finalists and winners

Week of August 6: Finalists notified

Week of August 27: Finalists announced**

October 1–3: Winners announced at the Surescripts Network Alliance Forum


Winners of the Surescripts White Coat Award will be recognized in several ways, including:

  • Press release and industry publication advertisement announcing winners
  • Surescripts National Progress Report and an Intelligence in Action blog post
  • Surescripts social media channels
  • Surescripts video showcasing leaders in e-prescribing accuracy
  • Panel participation during next year’s HIMSS or Network Alliance Forum
  • Sponsorship investment towards next year’s User Group Meeting

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*Surescripts Quality Index Score is a rating system developed by the Surescripts Critical Performance Improvement program which assigns a composite score between 1 and 1,000 to reflect overall e-prescription accuracy relative to 11 accuracy-related pain points.
**Finalists must provide Surescripts with permission to use their organization name publicly before they will be announced and considered to win the awards.