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Easily find and import medication history without manual entry.

Hospitals and health systems using Epic can add functionality to daily clinical workflows using native integrations that streamline med rec, improve adherence scores, and support population health management.

What’s possible with AI in healthcare right now?

DrFirst has been using AI to safely translate and infer medication history data since 2015. Our patented AI solutions leverage the power of natural language processing and machine learning to eliminate manual entry, reduce avoidable errors and ADEs, and provide clinicians with data they can trust.

Let’s Make Healthcare Better Together

For EHRs, data migration companies, and other health IT vendors, the ever-shifting landscape presents many challenges–and opportunities. You can’t do everything on your own–and be good at all of it.

Dramatically improving speed, safety, precision and efficiency.

DrFirst’s Backline communication and collaboration tool, specifically designed for use in healthcare environments, helps providers achieve better care coordination, better health outcomes, better transitions of care and lower hospital readmissions.

Easily find and import medication history without manual entry.

Hospitals and health systems using Epic can add functionality to daily clinical workflows using native integrations that streamline medication reconciliation, improve adherence scores, and support population health management.

See the real cost of missing data, ADEs, and 30-day readmissions.

Based on conservative industry averages from our Applied Clinical Research team, we’ve put together a simple list of projections so your hospital or health system can quantify the return on a potential investment with DrFirst.

Let’s make healthcare better together.

For EHRs, data migration companies, and other health IT vendors, the ever-shifting landscape presents many challenges and opportunities. You can’t do everything on your own and be good at all of it.

Dramatically improving speed, safety, precision, and efficiency.

DrFirst’s Backline communication and collaboration tool, specifically designed for use in healthcare environments, helps providers achieve better care coordination, better health outcomes, better transitions of care, and lower hospital readmissions.

Enter the Healthiverse

DrFirst’s mission is to unite the Healthiverse with revolutionary products and services that close the gaps between information and people so that all sectors in healthcare can create better outcomes together.

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Hospitals & Health Systems

Reduce med rec and communication gaps

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Private Practice & Specialty Care

Enhance patient safety and care

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Emergency Medical Services

Deliver real-time information at the scene

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Pharmacy & PMS Vendors

Decrease prescription abandonment

Connecting the Healthiverse

Healthiverse [health-ee-verse] – noun

An interconnected healthcare universe where information silos are shattered and where all stakeholders aspire to a higher purpose: improving patient care.

The Healthiverse™ is a term coined by DrFirst to describe our vision of a united healthcare universe where everyone is connected in real time to each other and to the information they need, so patients get the best care.

“To save time and improve quality of medication history data when consolidating three EHRs into Epic, we developed a data conversion process using DrFirst’s AI engine. This normalized the medication data while addressing discrepancies and variations from the old EHRs, inferring missing data with context from medication histories to prevent blank fields while avoiding manual entry.”

Robert Lackey, M.D., FAAFP | Chief Medical Information Officer | WellSpan Health

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