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A Better Partner for Community Pharmacists

With over 70 percent of all prescriptions processed electronically, e-prescribing is proof that interoperability is happening. But with many prescriptions still requiring manual intervention, there is still work to be done to improve accuracy and efficiency across the network.

Overcoming e-Prescribing Quality Issues

While e-prescribing does speed up the time it takes information to reach the pharmacy and eliminates the need to protect against coffee spills or physical damage, we are always looking for ways to improve the process.

Interoperability: Not just for EHRs

Lisa Schwartz, PharmD, Senior Director, Management Affairs at the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) shares with us what exactly interoperability means to pharmacists and why it is equally important.