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L.A. Care Offers ZixCorp e-Prescribing Services Through Health I.T. Incentive Program
Date:5/22/2008

ave limited resources to invest in patient care technology."

"L.A. Care fully understands that e-prescribing technology can be a critical tool in the prevention of adverse drug events and we are honored to be part of the new Health I.T. Incentive Program," said Rick Spurr, chief executive officer for ZixCorp. "While our payor customers continue to invest in our e-prescribing technology to improve patient safety and to lower pharmacy spend, they also realize the value of establishing an electronic connection with the doctor to deliver real-time, patient-specific decision support. This valuable decision support delivered to the point-of-care provides the opportunity for even further, dramatic improvements in the quality and cost of healthcare."

ZixCorp's PocketScript(R) e-prescribing service enables physicians to order prescriptions through a secure wireless mobile PDA or secure Web site and deliver them electronically to the patient's preferred pharmacy. PocketScript provides clinical decision support at the point-of-care with real-time access to a drug reference guide as well as patient-level eligibility, formulary, and co-pay information. This allows the prescriber to select the most cost-effective prescription based on the patient's benefits. The application also provides comprehensive drug-to-drug and drug-to-allergy interaction alerts based on patient-specific dispensed drug history. Through partnerships with RxHub, RelayHealth and SureScripts, PocketScript delivers end-to-end connectivity within the healthcare system to reduce unnecessary costs, improve patient safety and convenience, and enhance practice efficiency.

About L.A. Care

L.A. Care Health Plan is a local public agency and health plan serving residents of Los Angeles County through a variety of programs including Medi-Cal, Healthy Families, and Healthy Kids. With more than 750,000 enrolled members, L.A. Care is one of the largest health plans in California and is the nation
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