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Prepopulate Prescription Details

Cut Down on the Manual Entry That Can Lead to Errors

What if the providers at your ambulatory practices could safely confirm and renew prescriptions with fewer clicks and keystrokes?

You’d have more efficient workflows, fewer medication errors, and improved patient safety. You’d also have happier providers who spend less time on data entry and more time caring for patients.

SmartRenewal Solves 3 Big Challenges

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Avoid Errors

Ambulatory providers can safely confirm and renew a prescription with up to 95% fewer clicks and keystrokes.
That means health systems have more efficient workflows and fewer medication errors.

Reduce Clicks & Keystrokes

Automate transcription of prescription data into the EHR using patented AI technology.
One of the most redundant tasks in the EHR for staff, including clinicians, nurses, and medical assistants, is completing medication renewals.

Prevent Burnout

Reduce frustration with EHR workflows to improve provider satisfaction and avoid burnout.
A KLAS report found clinicians are three times more likely to leave when they are unhappy with their organization’s EHR.

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Less Manual Entry for Better Patient Safety

SmartRenewal integrates with EHRs to improve the prescription renewal workflow by significantly cutting down on the manual clicks and keystrokes that can lead to medication errors. The new solution leverages DrFirst’s success improving patient medication safety in the acute care setting for the benefit of ambulatory care providers and their patients.

AI Makes Renewals Easy and Efficient

A lack of standardization, natural variations in prescription instructions (known as “sigs”), and national drug codes (NDCs) that don’t align between pharmacy and health system drug databases all contribute to free text data, which requires manual transcription and causes frustration with clinical workflows.

SmartRenewal uses AI to understand free text medication instructions in a prescription renewal and then prepopulate all discrete fields with the specific terms that your organization uses. After implementing SmartRenewal, health systems found on average 88% of prescription data either partially or fully populated in the EHR.

Best in Class: New EHR Innovation

SmartRenewal is a Quarterfinalist in the UCSF Digital Health Awards, recognized for giving clinicians the ability to safely confirm and renew prescriptions with fewer clicks and keystrokes, making workflows more efficient and medication errors less likely.