Med Check is one of the only tools that enables nurses, administrators and other members of the patient’s clinical team to surface critical medication access information within a single interface to help inform patient conversations and prescribing decisions. Through the integration, clinical staff can identify the patient’s previous medications, adverse interactions between two or more medications, cash pricing options, formulary alternatives, and the probability of prior authorization requirements for a specific medication.
“Our research has found that 97 percent of nurses are tasked with researching and validating clinical and patient information for prescribers, but 80 percent must use multiple online resources to find the information they need. These data gaps can contribute to delays in patient access to therapy and add administrative burden on care teams that can lead to burnout,” said Miranda Gill, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President, Network at CoverMyMeds. “Expanding the accessibility of interoperable prescription decision support tools across the care team can help reduce this burden while also improving common medication access barriers patients may face.”
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Those attending HIMSS21 August 9 – 13, 2021 can attend our presentation, Utilizing Technology to Improve Medication Access Barriers, on August 13 or schedule time to meet with us to learn more about CoverMyMeds’ access, adherence and affordability solutions.