Comprehensive patient information can powerfully influence care

Providers need comprehensive patient history at the point of care to deliver top-quality, coordinated care and help prevent patient safety issues. By accessing the information seamlessly via their electronic workflow, they'll also have more time to focus on patient encounters.

Patient safety is paramount.

Medication errors and adverse drug events are more likely to occur when patient history is incomplete. 

Up to 59% of medication history errors during admission are clinically important.1
Two out of three adverse drug events in skilled nursing facilities are preventable.2

Providers lack crucial information.

The absence of complete patient data can negatively impact follow-up appointments, as well as the overall transition to value-based care.

12–34% of hospital discharge summaries don’t reach outpatient care teams in time for the patient’s first follow-up visit.3
85% of healthcare organizations say better interoperability solutions are needed for value-based care.4

Give providers a clear view of patients

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

Intelligent Prescribing

Help long-term and post-acute care providers get the right medications to patients faster with access to the nation’s largest e-prescribing network.

Clinical Interoperability

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

Benefits & Authorizations

Leverage prescription benefit intelligence to improve the prescribing process.

Care Team Evolution

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

Value-Based Care

Give providers a sharper view of patient clinical and medication history, helping pinpoint opportunities to avoid unnecessary costs and close gaps in care.

Success Stories

Real-world results

“Surescripts is sitting in the middle, and it's really valuable because it offloads a lot of the work for us to broker the point-to-point relationships.”

Neal Reizer Former Senior Vice President of Product Management, Homecare Homebase

“At SigmaCare, we’ve seen time and again how our technology solutions make everything more efficient. This gives the staff more time to devote to the patients, which in turn takes stress off of family.”

Janelle Miller, RN Director of Product Management, Clinical Content and Care Management, SigmaCare
Why Surescripts

A powerful partnership

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Proven track record

Surescripts is known for its high-quality implementations and customer success.

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Commitment to network integrity

We continuously protect and improve the privacy, security and performance of our network.

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Multifaceted vendor partnership

We’ll support you throughout the launch, sale and adoption of our solutions.


Keep pace with healthcare innovation

  1. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, “Reducing and Preventing Adverse Drug Events To Decrease Hospital Costs,” Research in Action no. 1 (March 2001).
  2. Daniel R. Levinson, "Adverse Events in Skilled Nursing Facilities: National Incidence Among Medicare Beneficiaries," U.S.
  3. Sunil Kripalani et al., "Deficits in Communication and Information Transfer Between Hospital-Based and Primary Care Physicians," JAMA 297, no. 8 (February 28, 2007):831–841.
  4. eHealth Initiative, "Current State of Progress Towards Achieving True Interoperability," webinar presentation, December 2016.
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