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SequelMed EMR Version 8 Certified by Ohio Board of Pharmacy
Date:12/9/2010

MELVILLE, N.Y., Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Sequel Systems, Inc., a dynamic, service-oriented healthcare technology company, announced today that its Electronic Medical Record SequelMed EMR version 8, has been tested and certified by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy.  Prior approval by the Board of Pharmacy is required for all electronic prescription transmission systems intended to be used in Ohio. The Board approval process includes reviewing systems such as SequelMed EMR version 8 to ensure that it has true "positive identification" of the prescriber sending the prescription as defined by the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC). In addition to that, every system must have security and accountability of all confidential information, that the pharmacist receiving the prescription can identify that the system has approvable status with the Board of Pharmacy, and that the pharmacist receiving the prescription can identify that the prescription is legitimate.

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SequelMed e-Prescribe, the Electronic Prescribing software, is designed to eliminate prescription errors with use of electronic prescriptions and speed up the transfer of information between healthcare professionals and pharmacies. The accuracy of e-prescribing technology allows healthcare professionals to safely and securely transfer prescriptions to the pharmacies through electronic prescription tools using Sequel Systems' e-Prescription software.

According to a guide published by the e-Health Initiative Foundation in collaboration with AMA, AAFP, ACOP, MGMA and CIMM, e-prescribing can improve patient safety, medication compliance, prescribing accuracy and efficiency and reduce health care costs through averted adverse drug events and substitution of less expensive drug alternative.  The same guide also reported
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