Medication Management

Reconciling Medications

An Old Problem Has New Solutions

With all the technology and data available in healthcare today,
why is it still so difficult to gather accurate patient medication history?

Inconsistent Terminology 

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

Missing Information 

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

Poor Data Quality 

Research at University of Michigan College of Pharmacy indicated 84% of all prescription instructions (sigs) need to be edited in some way by pharmacy staff.

What can you do to improve medication reconciliation at your hospital or health system?

See the benefits of prioritizing med rec, and steps you can take now to improve patient safety and provider satisfaction.

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.