Medication Management

Reconciling Medications

An Old Problem Has New Solutions

Gathering Medication Data Is Still a Challenge

An Old Problem Has New Solutions

Inconsistent Terminology

A study by the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs showed that a lack of standardization puts patients at risk.

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Missing Information

The Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy journal found secondary medication history sources lack key data.

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Poor Data Quality

Research at University of Michigan College of Pharmacy indicated 84% of all sigs need to be edited by pharmacy staff.

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Getting a Handle on Medication History

Industry leaders show how better medication reconciliation helps hospitals and health systems improve patient safety and provider satisfaction.


Mari Savickis, VP of Public Policy at CHIME, looks at new policies from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to improve medication reconciliation at hospitals and health systems. Watch now >


Pharmacy leaders from Baptist Health South Florida and West Tennessee Healthcare share how accurate medication history data (or a lack thereof) makes a significant difference in patient care. Watch now >


Jeffrey Schnipper, M.D., M.P.H., of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and MARQUIS Med Rec Collaborative, introduces best practices for obtaining and documenting a patient’s medications. Watch now >

Nurses, pharmacists, IT staff, and CMIOs all agree that med rec programs at hospitals and health systems can greatly benefit from technology enhancements. Improving medication history data quality is a logical starting point and can pay big dividends: Improve staff efficiency and patient safety, Reduce care team burnout, and Avoid ADEs and 30-day readmissions.

Take a look through our IT Investment Calculator or EHR integrations to see how DrFirst can help modernize med rec at your organization.

Save time, reduce errors, and avoid ADEs and readmissions.

Better Med Rec Makes
Good Business Sense

Based on research and conservative industry averages, we've put together a list of projections to quantify the return on improving med rec at your hospital or health system. Tell us your bed count and EHR, and we'll share:

  • Estimated time savings for your staff
  • Anticipated click reductions within your clinical workflow
  • Projected ADEs and readmissions avoided
  • Overall return on investment

Seamless Integrations
into EHR Workflows

Your clinicians deserve access to clear, reliable medication history before prescribing new medications to their patients. That’s why we created better workflows for Allscripts, Cerner, and Epic EHRs that upgrade medication reconciliation modules, improve adherence scoring, and support population health management.

Seamless Integrations into EHR Workflows