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Netsmart Technologies' InfoScriber™ e-Prescribing Service Receives Additional Surescripts® Certifications
Date:9/22/2010

GREAT RIVER, N.Y., Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Netsmart Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise-wide software and services for health and human services organizations, today announced that its InfoScriber™ Web-based prescribing and medication management system for behavioral health provider organizations was awarded additional certifications from Surescripts®.

Surescripts operates the nation's largest e-prescription network and supports a rapidly expanding ecosystem of health care organizations nationwide. With the additional Surescripts certifications, Netsmart's InfoScriber service has added functionality critical to medication management. The new certifications include eligibility checking, formulary checking and requesting external medication histories from pharmacy benefit managers.

More than 9.1 million prescriptions have been generated from InfoScriber over the past 10 years, including 2.8 million last year alone. InfoScriber is used by more than 245 hospitals, healthcare facilities and physician practices, and can be used anywhere through an Internet Explorer® browser.

The additional certifications build upon the InfoScriber service's current Surescripts certifications, which include sending new prescriptions electronically, electronically receiving and responding to requests for prescription renewals and requesting external medication histories from community pharmacies.

The added certifications allow customers of the InfoScriber service to save time and money, while improving safety and quality of care. Using electronic connections with the majority of pharmacies in their area through the Surescripts network, behavioral health providers can request information or send prescriptions electronically to a consumer's pharmacy of choice before the consumer leaves the provider's office. This electronic process eliminates the possibility of misplaced paper prescriptions and the time delays that occur when th
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