Electronic transcribing of prescriptions, commonly termed e-prescribing, accounts for roughly 5-7% of physicians' prescription at present. Due to impending U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements set to be finalized and implemented by 2009, e-prescribing of prescriptions for 39 million Medicare Part D clients will be firmly established. Hundreds of thousands of physicians' offices will soon need to be electronically equipped to transfer prescriptions, which result in a major shift in how prescriptions are transmitted from physicians' offices to pharmacies. The information you need is in this book. Electronic medical records and health information technology are becoming more commonplace within the medical community. This book will help health professionals adapt to and prepare for these changes by explaining the limits, cautions, and analyses necessary for successful implementation and patient satisfaction
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Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc
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