"Access to full FDA labeling combined with timely delivery of drug alerts is critical to drug safety in any environment but particularly in EHRs which play such a large and growing role in care delivery today," said David Troxel, M.D., Medical Director of The Doctors Company, which insures over 71,000 U.S. physicians. "PDR Certification will provide an easy to recognize way for our physician members, and all U.S. providers, to know if the system they are using or evaluating lives up to these drug safety standards."
"We appreciate the demands placed on healthcare professionals and want to provide the tools necessary to provide optimal patient care," said Michael Stearns, MD, CPC, CFPC™, President and Chief Executive Officer of e-MDs, Inc. "We strongly support the PDR Certified program and the tenants of this program established by the FDA. They are consistent with our longstanding and deep commitment to patient safety."
"We are very excited to be working with the iHealth Alliance and over a dozen of our EHR partners in bringing this important drug safety initiative to life," stated Edward Fotsch, MD, CEO of PDR Network. "Selecting, understanding and learning to use an EHR are all important, but can be complicated. The PDR Certified shield makes identifying an EHR with recognized essential drug safety services quick and simple."
"Partnering with PDR Network will allow us to quickly and easily implement new tools to enhance our EHR offering to deliver a better end user experience," noted Jon Bertman, MD, FAAFP – Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AmazingCharts.com, Inc. "We are proud to become PDR Certified as the de
|SOURCE PDR Network|
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