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A Prescription for
Alignment of Care

There’s no blueprint for aligning communication between hospitals, payers, private practices, and patients with complex needs – especially when attempting to limit the spread of infectious disease. We understand the challenges this creates, and have developed secure care collaboration and telehealth solutions to help you communicate with the world of extended caregivers.

What’s Your Biggest Challenge?

How can telehealth help me prevent putting my staff and other patients at risk for coronavirus and other infectious diseases?

To provide long-term care, I need to know when my patients are admitted or discharged from a hospital.

My patients are not following their care plans. Not only do they not understand why they need their medication, they can’t afford them either.

To avoid penalties, I need to comply with state mandates that help prevent potential opioid misuse.

Don’t see your challenge? Let us know what it is .

Tools That Keep You

Connected

The DrFirst suite of solutions for Private Practice and Specialty Providers enables more comprehensive secure care collaboration and telehealth, greater price transparency, and more effective medication adherence. Taken all together, it may be the most sophisticated and groundbreaking set of coordinated care tools available anywhere.

DrFirst helps you do what you do best—keep extended care teams working together.

iPrescribe - Mobile e-prescribing

“The partnership enabled us to certify our EMR on time and on budget. DrFirst pre-certified us with Surescripts and made the e-prescribing part of certification a complete non-issue.”

Jeffrey Carlin | Chief Operating Officer
Bogardus Medical Systems, Inc.

Case Studies

MEDITECH Expanse Integrates Drug Monitoring to Improve Opioid Prescribing

Bogardus Medical Systems Add E-prescribing and Controlled Substance E-prescribing

Resources

DrFirst and GoHipo Partner to Use Telehealth to Fight High Relapse Rates After Substance Abuse Treatment

MedChi Urges the State of Maryland to Help Implement Telehealth Technology to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus