By Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS, PRS
Blog Posts - 27 June 2019
At some point in our lives, every one of us plays the role of a patient trying to manage their health and the role of a consumer trying to manage their spending. It should come as no surprise that these two facets of our lives are increasingly converging, with the result that patients are coming to demand the same degree of information transparency and competition from healthcare product and service providers that they get in their day to day lives as consumers of anything else.
Access a new report on e-Prescribing software regulations written by Veradigm’s, Tom Pasquariello, PharmD, to see how this demand is manifesting itself in two primary ways—1) New and increasingly demanding legislative and regulatory requirements, and 2) Evolved technologies to enable providers to meet the needs of the patient-as-consumer. The report provides an overview of several key areas in which ePrescribing regulations have emerged in recent years, how those requirements are changing, and the technological capabilities currently available to assist healthcare providers (HCPs), and the electronic health record (EHR) companies who serve them, in meeting them.
Click below to access this report now and learn more about how both legislative and regulatory standards for electronic are changing in the areas of prescription price transparency, specialty medications and prescribing, controlled substances and more, when these regulations will go into effect, and how technologies like Veradigm ePrescribe and Veradigm TruePriceRx can be used to help HCPs effectively manage prescribing in this environment.