E-Prescribe

E-Prescribing in ChartMaker Clinical will allow you to be more efficient in writing prescriptions for your patients. According to Surescripts, E-Prescribing can provide the following benefits for you and your patients:

  • Fast and Convenient – E-prescribing allows you to electronically send prescriptions directly to the patient’s choice of pharmacy.
  • Safe and Secure – Prescription information is not sent over the open Internet and is not sent via e-mail. E-prescriptions are sent electronically through a private, secure and closed network – the Surescripts network.
  • Legible – The staff in the pharmacy no longer has to spend time interpreting handwriting or dealing with blurry faxes.
  • Informed – The availability of formulary information from health plans allows for a choice of medications that are more affordable, and e-prescribing allows drug-to-drug interaction checking and allergy-drug interaction checking for safer choices.
  • E-Prescribing Enrollment

    STI Computer Services, Inc has partnered with Surescripts to provide e-prescribing capability to our Customers. To enroll a provider for E-Prescribing, please complete the following SureScripts Enrollment Form. A representative from STI will contact you when the enrollment process is complete.

    Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances

    STI has partnered with IdenTrust to provide our Customers the abiliy to electronically prescribe controlled substances. Learn more about EPCS here.

     

    Electronic Prior Authorization (ePA)

    Electronic Prior Authorization (ePA) is the process of sending a request to prescribe a medication flagged as requiring approval to the Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) via the computer.  Prior Authorization is typically required on medications that may have dangerous side effects, may be harmful when combined with other medications, are often abused and/or have a less-expensive alternative.  Learn more about ePA here.

     

    Instructional Videos

    Important Notices Regarding E-Prescribe

    DEACTIVATING A PROVIDER: To deactivate a provider for E-Prescribing, please complete the following SureScripts Deactivation Form. A representative from STI will contact you when the deactivation process is complete.


    E-PRESCRIBING MANDATE: As of 2015, EPCS is legal in 49 states and may be mandatory for providers in certain states. If you are a medical provider interested in EPCS services thru a certified EHR Software, please contact our Sales Department.


    NY State ePrescribing Exceptions


    FAQs on NYS Mandatory E-Prescribing

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