Medication Reconciliation

Simplifies the first step in completing medication reconciliation:  obtaining and documenting a complete and accurate list of a patient’s current medications upon admission.  Our solution queries multiple clinical data sources, aggregates the med list, and screens for duplicate therapies and compliance issues. 
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MEDICS Pharmacy Information System Used by pharmacists in over 400 clinical institutions today, HCS MEDICS provides clinical functionality that pharmacists need, such as fast order entry, clinical screening, and reporting.
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e-Mar

A fast, economical path to Meaningful Use that compliments your existing long term strategy. HCS eMR integrates with your system to fit your long term information technology goals, providing a certified platform for reporting and compliance and allows you to meet Stage 1 Meaningful Use sooner.
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e-Mar

Empowers nurses to reduce documentation time and medication administration errors.  Key features include verification of the 5 rights using barcode recognition to document medication administrations, custom defined alerts and documentation reminders, and an integrated status board.
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Order ImageOrganizes pharmacy order entry workflow by digitizing written orders that are faxed or scanned to pharmacy by nurses, enables remote order verification, workload sharing between multiple facilities, and includes clinical intervention documentation/reporting.
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Health Care Systems, Inc.
Reduce Readmissions Caused by Medication Non-adherence Print E-mail

Overall, 20% to 30% of prescriptions are never filled, and about 50% are not continued as prescribed, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  So, how can we prevent positively impact patient's lives by preventing them from coming back to the hospital because of medication non-compliance?

HCS is helping with this problem.  In 2012 we began to focus on closing the gap in patient care post-visit. An article published on iHealthBeat.org, outlined the beginnings of our focus on reducing preventable hospital readmissions and ED visits by taking medication reconciliation outside the hospital.  Today clinicians can use HCS eMR to identify high risk patients at discharge and determine if they filled their prescriptions after their hospital stay.  This enables clinician follow up with patients to increase adherence.  Caring for the patient doesn't end at discharge; it's the beginning of the next step in the healing process.

The Hawai’i Pharm2Pharm Project is taking medication reconciliation beyond the hospital visit. Watch this short video about Pharm2Pharm, an innovative Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services project using pharmacists to reduce readmissions and ED visits post discharge.  Hawai'i Pharm2Pharm Project uses HCS eMR to help accomplish their goals.