As the dental industry moves towards going paperless, axiUm eRX will provide dental institutions with a fully integrated solution to allow the provider to e-prescribe non-controlled medications. This eliminates paper prescriptions and ensures to minimize room for human error. axiUm eRx will enable doctors to have the capability and connectivity to preform drug interaction checks, access over 65,000 drugs on national drug database, review drugs that are covered under insurance and electronically submit the prescription to their pharmacy of choice.
Not only is e-prescribing important for a more efficient and error free institution, the e-prescriptions is one of the prerequisites to qualify for the EHR Incentive Program for adopting, implementing, upgrading or demonstrating meaningful use of certified EHR Technology.
- Online availability – anytime, anywhere
- Drug to drug, drug to allergy interaction checking
- Dosage alerts
- Access to the constantly updated national drug database
- Electronically send legible prescriptions
- Patient specific formulary status displayed at point of care
- Less office administration
- Fulfill requirements to demonstrate meaningful use of
- ONC-ACTB certified EHR technology
- Less room for human error with illegible handwriting resulting in better patient care
- Patient can be informed of any unknown drug to drug interactions and allergic reactions
- reducing waiting time at the pharmacy
EPCS Gold – Send Controlled Substances Prescriptions Electronically
When subscribed to the optional EPCS (Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances) Gold service, axiUm eRx can send controlled substances prescriptions electronically. This means that healthcare providers no longer have to switch between electronically written prescriptions for non-controlled substances & legend drugs and inefficient and time consuming paper prescriptions for controlled substances*.
What is EPCS Gold?
- EPCS = Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances
- The first-ever fully compliant solution that allows licensed providers to send e-prescriptions for controlled substances and meets the requirements set by:
- The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) requirements enforced through the Interim Final Rule (IFR)
- Identity Proofing requirements set by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Where your organization can benefit
- Prescribe schedule II-V drugs* electronically, along with non-controlled drugs, through one workflow
- Check controlled drugs for clinical alerts and interactions
- Help eliminate potential transcription errors that can compromise the patient’s welfare
- Assist with the prevention of fraud and drug shopping including the misuse and diversion of controlled substances
*Some states restrict or prohibit the use of electronic prescriptions for controlled substances.