|January 16, 2017
Are You Ready To E-Prescribe? Find Out More About DrFirst and their E-Prescribing Products
July 1, 2017, is when Maine’s new EPCS (e-prescribing controlled substances) law takes effect for the prescribing of opioids. Despite the limited application of the law, the benefits of e-prescribing are significant, which is why MMA encourages our members to implement eprescribing technologies in their practices now instead of waiting for the legislative deadline.
To save you the time of vetting potential vendors and offer you another tangible membership benefit, we have chosen DrFirst as our preferred e-prescribing platform and negotiated a generous discount for MMA members. DrFirst offers a superior clinical workflow that is easy to use and affordable (especially with the discount we have negotiated for MMA members). Their package includes Rcopia® for legend drug e-prescribing, EPCS Gold 2.0℠ for controlled substance e-prescribing, and iPrescribePro℠, an app for mobile e-prescribing.
Aside from legend drug and controlled substance e-prescribing within one workflow, you’ll also get
For more information, MMA members can visit DrFirst’s website and/or contact DrFirst’s Eric Landry, a New Gloucester resident, at 888-481-4303.< Previous Article | Next Article >
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