CenterX Implements Real-Time Prescription Benefit Solution within Kettering Health Network’s Epic Electronic Health Record via new App
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CenterX and Agadia collaborate to improve Electronic Prior Authorization
CenterX noted as growing business in the Madison Healthcare IT industry.
CenterX to be noted as an intermediary electronic prior authorization provider at The American Society for Automation in Pharmacy conference in June 2015.
CenterX’s Electronic Prior Authorization Network Improves Medication Adherence
CenterX, a health information network, announces a solution that further streamlines the e-prescribing process and expedites patients’ access to medication. CenterX’s has worked with Epic to further the national goal of interoperable health care systems and provide physicians with the right information for the right patients at the right times.
Increased Standards Adoption, Better Data Flow Key to Boosting E-Rx Safety
Some companies, including the e-prescribing network CenterX in Madison, Wis., are working to close the communication loop by enabling bidirectional prescriber-pharmacist messaging and integrated prior authorization management.
Minnesota Certifies CenterX and MaxMD as Health Data Intermediaries
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is pleased to announce that the Commissioner of Health signed Orders on January 13, 2015, granting Certificates of Authority to each of CenterX and MaxMD, authorizing the organizations to operate a Health Data Intermediaries (HDIs) in Minnesota
HIStalk Connect Interviews Joe Reinardy, Founder and CEO, CenterX
Today the status quo is that doctors send messages to pharmacists, but they don’t get any feedback about whether or not their patients are taking their medications, whether the patients can tolerate the medications, or whether the patients are getting better. The CenterX network simplifies the financial model around e-prescribing and closes that feedback loop. A doctor gets information about, did my patient pick up their medications, are they getting better, or do I need to pick up a phone and call them and ask them why they’re not taking their meds?