PrescribeWellness rolls out PrescribeCare to support enhanced pharmacy offerings

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PrescribeWellness rolls out PrescribeCare to support enhanced pharmacy offerings

07/11/2017

IRVINE, Calif. — Cloud-based software company PrescribeWellness’ latest launch is looking to help support pharmacies expanding their clinical services offerings. PrescribeCare software allows pharmacies to create and share care plans electronically while supporting care coordination and tapping into new and emerging payment models, the company said.


“PrescribeWellness is committed to helping community pharmacies make the paradigm shift from being pill-centric to patient-centric, and enhanced services are an integral part of that,” said Al Babbington, CEO of PrescribeWellness. “PrescribeCare further advances community pharmacies’ ability to identify and manage patient care encounters daily, collaborate more easily with physicians and health systems, and uncover non-dispensing revenue opportunities.”


PrescribeCare, which is included as a no-cost feature for PrescribeWellness users, is built with Pharmacist eCarePlan to allow pharmacies to exchange patient information with other care team members. It can be used to identify what interventions or services a patient would benefit from — including adherence monitoring and coaching, immunizations, compliance packaging, delivery and Medicare plan reviews.


“PrescribeWellness is helping transform the future of pharmacy,” PrescribeWellness VP pharmacy practice innovation Mindy Smith said. “With PrescribeCare, community pharmacists have the tools they need to optimize medication therapy and patient health outcomes by connecting with the primary care provider and healthcare team. It is amazing to be a part of the transformation which will help create new opportunities for community pharmacies.”


PrescribeWellness said PrescribeCare interfaces with more than 50 pharmacy management systems to analyze dispensing data in real time, offering insights into patient needs.