Jenkintown, PA – August 22, 2017 – PastRx, a clinical decision support service that’s fight substance abuse, today announced a partnership with athenahealth, Inc. through athenahealth’s ‘More Disruption Please’ (MDP) program. As part of the athenahealth® Marketplace, this newly integrated application is now available to athenahealth’s growing network of more than 100,000 healthcare providers for faster, easier, more effective assessments of patients controlled substance history.
“Every controlled substance prescriber can benefit from PastRx,” said Chief Marketing Officer David Stengle, PastRx. “Physicians struggle to comply with mandated use requirements to check their state’s prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP). PastRx provides a solution to achieve compliance in seconds and review PDMP data efficiently and effectively.
athenahealth is a network-enabled, results-oriented services company that offers medical record, revenue cycle, patient engagement, care coordination, and population health services for hospital and ambulatory clients. The company’s vision is to build a national health information backbone to help make healthcare work as it should. As an MDP partner, PastRx joins a network of like-minded healthcare professionals who are looking to disrupt established approaches in healthcare that simply aren’t working, aren’t good enough, or aren’t advancing the industry and help providers thrive in the face of industry change.
To learn more about PastRx’s new integrated application, please visit PastRx’s product listing page on the Marketplace.
PastRx helps health care professionals fight the growing substance use disorder epidemic; the leading cause of death in the US for people under 50. PastRx makes PDMP checks easier, faster, clearer, and more meaningful. PastRx users achieve compliance with less effort and see vital medical information on their patients’ controlled substance prescription presented in clearer, more useful way.
David is Prescription Advisory’s Chief Marketing Officer. Software startups are his passion.
He also serves as the Director of Startup Grind Princeton and a mentor for the Princeton University eLab.