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Whether you’re a medical professional or patient, Dr First EMR has the tools you need to perform your work, including EPCS Gold, iPrescribe, MedHX, Patient Advisor, Rcopia, SmartSearch, SmartString, and SmartSig.

iPrescribe

iPrescribe is a digital prescription pad that helps make the prescribing process more efficient and more convenient for both prescribers and patients. It works with any EHR and integrates with the leading hospital information systems. The app also has a secure chat feature that works with extended care teams. In addition, it features a discount card for uninsured patients, a med history checker, and a cleverly designed app for pharmacists.

The DrFirst iPrescribe is a savvy mobile solution that lets physicians and patients get the most out of their medication management. This includes features like a prescription-ordering app, a med history checker, at-glance allergy alerts, and a discount card for the uninsured. Aside from being a convenient tool, it also helps improve patient safety by flagging potentially dangerous drug interactions.

Backline

Providing patient medication management solutions is the business of DrFirst, and Backline helps them get the job done. Their products are used by over 100,000 healthcare providers across the country. DrFirst focuses on collaborating at the touch points of patient care.

One of the most important aspects of medical care is providing patients with accurate and timely information on their medications. Without such information, physicians can’t provide the right care when the time is critical. Backline’s robust medication management capabilities enable clinicians to screen patients on the fly and avoid dangerous medication reactions.

Backline is also a comprehensive care collaboration platform that improves care coordination. It’s designed to improve patient care by aligning clinicians on the services provided and the next steps in the patient’s treatment. It also provides a secure and user-friendly communication platform.

EPCS Gold

Using DrFirst EPCS GoldSM solution, physicians can quickly and easily equip themselves with the tools necessary to electronically prescribe controlled substances. In addition to a suite of security measures, the solution also offers providers a wide range of reporting options. It features intuitive administrative tools for application vendors and secure data backup.

EPCS Gold is a secure way to comply with state mandates. It automatically detects substances that can be sent electronically, while minimizing the risk of fraud and abuse. It also reduces the amount of time doctors spend on prescriptions. The solution also supports state-based prescription drug monitoring programs. PDMPs are one of the most effective tools available for addressing prescription opioid misuse.

The IN Group

Several Silicon Valley startups have a hand in the medical device category and as such, the industry is abuzz with buzz and gossip. Some notable notables include DrFirst, The IN Group, and CTI, Inc. among others. Founded in 2002, DrFirst is a proven innovator and has garnered a handful of accolades for its wares. Most recently, the company secured a $25 million equity investment from Goldman Sachs. Among other things, DrFirst has forged a partnership with the MIT Media Lab to create an experimental, research and development program dubbed the MIT MedStart, which will be a wholly owned subsidiary of the medical device company. The medical device company will be responsible for a myriad of medical device products and services including, but not limited to, medication management, health record management, electronic health records, medical imaging, and telehealth and telemedicine services.

MedHX, Patient Advisor, Rcopia, SmartSearch, SmartString, SmartSig

Known as the leader in medication management solutions, DrFirst offers solutions to help physicians and nurses make informed decisions about medications. These include stand-alone and integrated technologies. DrFirst’s offerings are used by over a thousand hospitals in the U.S., and nearly 300,000 healthcare professionals. DrFirst has also formed partnerships with more than 330 vendors.

Among its offerings is a mobile e-prescribing solution designed to fight opioid abuse. The system is also designed to increase first-fill medication adherence. DrFirst’s next-generation SmartSig technology translates free text into structured, real-time translations that are accurate up to 93% of the time. The company says that compared to manual translations, the SmartSig technology saves up to 30 seconds per drug.

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SMART partners with DrFirst

SMART partners with DrFirst EMR to deliver seamless integration of Rcopia with The SMART System. As a leading provider of medication management solutions, DrFirst has helped over 170,000 healthcare professionals streamline their clinical workflows. By providing comprehensive prescribing data, DrFirst helps stakeholders increase profitability and improve health outcomes.

A recent University of Michigan Medicine study found that 84% of prescription instructions require editing. This is due to differences in terminology and formatting, known as “sigs.” It is common for simple prescription instructions to have hundreds of text variations. These variations contribute to frustration in clinical workflow.

DrFirst provides over 6 million medication records daily. With its artificial intelligence solutions, DrFirst makes accurate patient medication data available to pharmacy staff. This reduces the risk of dispensing errors and helps improve patient medication safety.

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