PointClickCare Receives Approval for ePrescribing and Medication Management from Ohio State Board of Pharmacy

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PointClickCare, the most widely used electronic health record (EHR) platform for the long-term and post-acute care industries, today announced at the Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) Annual Conference that it has formally received Approvable status from the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy for the use of its Integrated Medication Management system for computerized physician order entry (CPOE) and electronic medication administration (eMAR) for Omnicare and PharMerica pharmacy systems.

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Enabling our Ohio-based customers to leverage this advancement in our technology is just the first step in this significant achievement

PointClickCare, the most widely used electronic health record (EHR) platform for the long-term and post-acute care industries, today announced at the Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) Annual Conference that it has formally received Approvable status from the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy for the use of its Integrated Medication Management system for computerized physician order entry (CPOE) and electronic medication administration (eMAR) for Omnicare and PharMerica pharmacy systems.

PointClickCare’s CPOE and eMAR solutions support the integration to pharmacy dispensing systems through a bi-directional prescription data exchange, through use of national standards such as NCPDP and HL7 messaging.

“Enabling our Ohio-based customers to leverage this advancement in our technology is just the first step in this significant achievement,” comments Dave Wessinger, Chief Technology Officer with PointClickCare. “The State of Ohio continues to lead the field in bringing stringent requirements for technology providers and their solution delivery for the betterment of long-term care facilities, their residents, and business processes. We’re extremely pleased to have attained this approval and look forward to extending our Order Management solutions to all customers throughout the US.”

Long-term care facilities using PointClickCare’s eMAR and CPOE without ePrescribing will continue to benefit from features including two-factor authentication (also referred to as positive ID) through RFID, barcode, and mag cards at the point of order entry or medication administration. Telephone/verbal orders sent electronically to the pharmacy will require a wet-ink co-sign on a paper prescription generated at the facility for the prescriber until ePrescribing functionality is available.

About PointClickCare
PointClickCare is the most widely used Electronic Health Record (EHR) platform for the long-term care industry, proven to deliver staff satisfaction, business results, and improved outcomes. The combination of PointClickCare’s intuitive web-based software and value-driven implementation model enables long-term care providers of all sizes, from single independent homes to the largest multi-facility providers, to deliver a higher standard of health care while experiencing superior financial performance. Over 7,500 long-term care providers throughout North America, including 9 of the top 10 largest US chains, have chosen to trust their business to PointClickCare. For more information on PointClickCare’s proven Software-as-a-Service EHR platform, visit http://www.pointclickcare.com.

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