PastRx Benefits for Clinicians

PastRx makes it practical to check every patient for controlled substance prescription risks. PastRx benefits include automating the chore of report retrieval, enhancing the data retrieved, and saving both you and your staff time. PastRx performs multiple checks to make you aware of patient risks.

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PastRx Benefits – Improved PDMP Compliance

PastRx benefits include:

  • Valuable medical information at a glance
  • Ability to drill down for more detail
  • Automatic checks for many patient risks
  • Reduction in clerical work
  • Records of compliance

PastRx benefits provide consistent, thorough check letting clinicians know patient history and identify potential abusers early. PastRx provides evidence for clinicians to treat with confidence. Earlier identification of risks can help you get patients the care they need sooner.

Follow Prescription Advisory

Whenever possible, orthopaedic surgeons should request and review old medical records and speak with the patient’s primary physician about past medication problems. Currently, states have Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs designed to assist law enforcement in the identification of doctor shoppers; these data are also accessible to physicians.

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Now, March 2014

Prescribing or dispensing to an abuser, diverter, misuser or ‘doctor shopper’ puts the provider, their practice and or institution, as well as the patients at high risk.

Although relieving pain and reducing suffering are primary emergency physician responsibilities, there is a concurrent duty to limit the personal and societal harm that can result from prescription drug misuse and abuse.

ACEP Annals of Emergency Medicine 525
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