Rockville, MD, October 16, 2012
DrFirst, the nation’s leading e-prescribing and health IT solutions platform provider, announced today that it has formed an agreement with the Oregon Medical Association (OMA) to provide special e-prescribing benefits to help Oregon doctors meet federal Meaningful Use (MU) objectives with DrFirst’s RcopiaMUSM.
With the recent announcement of the new Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements, and the changes to Stage 1 requirements, the Oregon Medical Association recognizes the urgency in supporting Oregon physicians in meeting Meaningful Use criteria.
“OMA is pleased to offer this new e-prescribing benefit to members,” said Joanne K. Bryson, CAE, Executive Vice President and CEO of the Oregon Medical Association. “We encourage medical practices to consider DrFirst’s e-prescribing solutions to help them improve patient care and efficiencies and meet Meaningful Use requirements.”
Practices can have RcopiaMU up and running within days, and the product includes DrFirst’s AttestEasy, a service that helps physicians navigate the attestation process. In addition to providing physicians with a tool to meet Meaningful Use, RcopiaMU includes detailed medication history, insurance eligibility and drug benefit information, full e-prescribing with safety notifications for drug-drug, drug-allergy, age and dosage alerts.
About The OMA
The Oregon Medical Association is an organization of over 7,500 physicians, physician assistants and medical students organized to serve and support physicians in their efforts to improve the health of Oregonians. Additional information can be found at www.theOMA.org.