Providers eye online management of medications as QI tool

May 2000
Behavioral Health Accreditation & Accountability Alert;May2000, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p1
Discusses plans by PMR Corp. to launch an automated prescribing and medication-management network for behavioral health providers. Number of health care providers that have signed on to the system; Details of the system, called InfoScriber, which is designed to help providers with workflow issues while offering a powerful system for capturing data to assist in clinical decision-making.


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