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Netsmart Technologies Web Seminar Helps Behavioral Health Organizations Understand Electronic Prescribing And The Importance Of New Medicare-Related E-Prescribing Legislation
Date:7/15/2008

lank" title="InfoScriber e-prescribing solution">InfoScriber e-prescribing solution will help behavioral health clinical staff achieve the e-prescribing-related benefits associated with H.R. 6331 and take advantage of the new incentives. InfoScriber is a secure, Web-based prescribing and medication management system developed for the unique requirements of behavioral health providers. InfoScriber checks drug interactions automatically at the time of prescribing and then routes the prescription electronically to the pharmacy of choice via the Pharmacy Health Information Exchange operated by SureScripts.

InfoScriber can be used as a stand-alone application or linked with an organization's existing clinical systems to securely share demographic and medication information. InfoScriber is also integrated with Netsmart's Avatar, CMHC/MIS and Helper behavioral health practice management solutions to provide e-prescribing capabilities for users of those solutions. In addition to its e-prescribing functions, InfoScriber features a variety of medication management functions, including reporting capabilities that help reduce polypharmacy and medication interaction risks.

"We are in a unique position to help providers take advantage of these new Medicare incentives because we provide the only e-prescribing solution in the market specifically designed for behavioral health," said James L. Conway, chief executive officer, Netsmart Technologies. "If an organization or practice is not using e-prescribing now, they must look at this bill as the catalyst to start prescribing electronically and realize the benefits to their consumers of reducing the possibility of medication errors and the opportunity to improve quality of care."

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