Improve data accuracy & prescriber/ pharmacist collaboration

The prescribing process can be complex. Workflow interruptions, inefficient communications and unclear prescribing instructions burden prescribers and pharmacists. They can even put patients at risk.

But when clinicians can access trusted patient and prescription data via a network designed for seamless collaboration at scale, prescribing becomes truly intelligent. Care teams can work more efficiently to deliver the best prescription for each patient. Patient safety, medication adherence and outcomes improve.

2.5 billion

e-prescriptions filled in 2023, including 21 million specialty prescriptions1


of discontinued medications successfully canceled at the pharmacy after implementing CancelRx2 

34.6 million

RxChange transactions in 2023, enabling pharmacist/prescriber collaboration1

The Surescripts Platform

Powering the future of healthcare

Health intelligence sharing at scale requires powerful infrastructure. The Surescripts Platform supports every Surescripts product and every Network Alliance participant with industry-leading reliability, security and scalability.

platform image
Success Stories

Real-world results

“CancelRx provides the alignment of a patient’s prescription information across care provider systems […] and improves our collective ability to ensure that patients are taking the appropriate medication.”

Tolu Akinwale Manager, Electronic Prescribing, Walgreens

“EPCS is one example of how our customers can achieve interoperability, resulting in increased practice efficiency and patient convenience, not to mention improved patient safety.”

George Cuthbert Vice President, MEDENT
George Cuthbert slider@2x (1)

Keep pace with healthcare innovation

  1. Surescripts, “2023 National Progress Report,” March 2024.
  2. Taylor L. Watterson et al., “CancelRx Implementation: Observed Changes to Medication Discontinuation Workflows Over Time,” Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy, Volume 5 (January 25, 2022).
  3. Jaime Y. Smith et al., “E-Prescribing with Decision Support Is Associated with Improvements in Medication Adherence," American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits (July/August 2016).
Read More