DrFirst, a pioneer in electronic prescribing, secure messaging and other healthcare SaaS solutions, has again been awarded the Surescripts White Coat of Quality Award for the e-prescribing excellence of Rcopia, the company’s market-leading e-prescribing platform.
The 2015 White Coat of Quality Award recognizes organizations that meet rigorous e-prescribing standards around quality assurance. Requirements for the designation include measuring and reporting e-prescription content quality, implementation of software updates and ongoing end-user training.
“We’re proud and honored to receive this award for a fourth time,” said G. Cameron Deemer, president of DrFirst. “It underscores our commitment to quality, safety, user experience and innovation. We provide more than technology. We deliver solutions that make it easier for prescribers to avoid medication errors, share information and care for patients.”
“Surescripts is thrilled to acknowledge the organizations who are striving daily to achieve the goal of zero content errors in e-prescribing,” said Ajit Dhavle, vice president of clinical quality at Surescripts.
DrFirst’s Rcopia is a market-leading e-prescribing and medication management software that helps physicians and healthcare organizations improve the ease, safety and accuracy of prescribing and managing patient medications.
DrFirst pioneers healthcare SaaS solutions that inform the doctor-patient point of encounter, optimize provider access to patient information, enhance the doctor’s clinical view of the patient, and improve care delivery and clinical outcomes. Our growth is driven by a commitment to innovation, security and reliability across a wide array of electronic prescribing, e-medication management, secure text messaging for healthcare and care collaboration services. We are proud of our track record of service to over 330 EMR/EHR/HIS partners and an extensive network of hospitals, post-acute care facilities, ambulatory practices and pharmacies nationwide.
Wendy Johnson, Media Relations
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