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Allscripts Featured in Microsoft HealthVault Worldwide Launch
Date:10/4/2007

oices regarding their health."

As the first product from Allscripts to connect to HealthVault, eRx NOW (http://www.allscripts.com/nationalerx) will enable its physician users to share information with patients over the Internet. The Allscripts solution replaces paper prescriptions with sophisticated technology that automates the prescription-writing process, helping to avoid dangerous medication errors attributed to illegible handwriting, and delivering automated safety checks. By allowing physicians to send electronic prescriptions to a patient's preferred pharmacy, eRx NOW saves time and adds efficiency to the process for patients and pharmacists.

HealthVault lets patients of eRx NOW users receive an electronic copy of their medication history, conditions, and allergies, which they can then transfer to their own personal health record or other HealthVault-enabled consumer health application.

Frank Opelka, M.D., the Chief Executive Officer of LSU Healthcare Network in New Orleans, Associate Dean for both Clinical Affairs and Healthcare Quality and Safety at Louisiana State University Medical School, and the Co-Chair of NEPSI, said he welcomed the new functionality that HealthVault provides.

"A growing number of patients are Web savvy and any platform that enhances patient-physician interactions will help improve their health," said Dr. Opelka, who also serves as chairman of the American College of Surgeon's (ACS) Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Committee, and is a member of Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt's national Quality Alliance Steering Committee. "The ability to control and transfer their medication history and other clinical information into their personal health records creates a smarter, more engaged patient, and HealthVault will be a great help to them. In my view, it's just one more reason why doctors should run, not walk, to embrace elect
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