EHRs today are expected—and often required—to give providers better access to more data

Today’s healthcare practices and providers face high expectations. For the EHRs that serve them, the pressure is on to ensure that missing or outdated data doesn’t slow them down.

Information sharing mandates are on the rise.

To achieve certification and help providers maximize reimbursement, EHRs need technology that supports medication adherence, benefit information and interoperability. 

ONC Health IT certification requires that EHRs include a real-time benefit tool.1
To maximize MIPS payments, providers must connect to a health information exchange.2

Efficiency has never been more important.

Today’s clinicians are stretched thin, and inefficient medication workflows contribute to an epidemic of physician burnout. 

85% of physicians say the prior authorization process imposes a high or extremely high burden.3
Providers average over three hours a week on paperwork to start patients on specialty medication.4

Give providers more data in your EHR

  • Intelligent Prescribing
  • Clinical Interoperability
  • Benefits & Authorizations
  • Care Team Evolution
  • Value-Based Care
  • Specialty Medications

Intelligent Prescribing

Help prescribers communicate treatment intentions with confidence and address pharmacy requests with ease.

Clinical Interoperability

Inform treatment and transitions of care by giving clinicians and care managers more patient insights and better communication channels.

Benefits & Authorizations

Leverage prescription benefit intelligence to help your users choose the best medication option and swiftly handle (or avoid) prior authorizations.

Care Team Evolution

Help give patients exceptional care wherever they seek it by bringing more information into practitioner workflows and empowering all those who participate in a patient’s care to operate as a team.

Value-Based Care

Give users a sharper view of patient medication history, care activity and benefits—helping pinpoint opportunities to improve adherence, lower costs and close gaps in care.

Specialty Medications

Ensure that healthcare professionals have the trusted intelligence they need to get specialty medications to patients quickly, with less paperwork and lower costs.


Real-world results

“Surescripts does a wonderful job bringing together diverse perspectives around a very complex subject matter. The Network Alliance is a powerful resource for me and our organization.”

Sam Lambson Vice President of Interoperability, Oracle Health

“Using already accepted standards, with a huge patient base, a viable provider base, you automatically have the backbone for success, where you can have the kind of interoperability you need pretty quickly.”

Robert Barker Vice President of Community Connectivity, NextGen Healthcare
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Give your customers a single, powerful QHIN™ connection

A new era of clinical information exchange is coming. As a QHIN candidate, Surescripts Health Information Network is preparing to help you participate in TEFCASM with Interconnect.

Why Surescripts

Your source for the insights providers need

seamless fit

A seamless fit into existing workflows

Our time-tested implementation process is a proven way to add value to your EHR.

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A single, powerful connection

Surescripts connects your customers to pharmacies and payers across the nation. 

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A trusted health intelligence partner

Our commitment to network integrity and neutrality creates confidence in your solutions.


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  1. "Health Information Technology and Quality," Code of Federal Regulations, title 42: §300jj, accessed June 6, 2023.
  2. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, “Quality Payment Program: Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) Promoting Interoperability Performance Category Measure, 2021 Performance Period,” accessed April 15, 2021. 
  3. American Medical Association, “2020 AMA Prior Authorization (PA) Physician Survey,” April 2021, p. 2.
  4. Surescripts, “Provider Perspectives on Specialty Prescribing,” April 2019, p. 3.
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