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Empower healthcare providers with critical data at the point of care

See how Surescripts can help enhance your capabilities with simpler intelligence sharing, enabling prescribers to deliver safer, more affordable, better quality care.

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

From keeping patients safe during COVID-19 to managing the transition to value-based care, 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 For the EHRs that serve them, the pressure is on to ensure that missing or outdated data doesn’t slow them down.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.

  • Starting in 2022, 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

Together, we can remove the barriers that send providers outside your EHR for answers.

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  1. Ryan Hess, "New Requirements Drive Greater Price Transparency in the New Year," Intelligence in Action, February 2021.
  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.