The ADHA is hosting a panel discussion on electronic prescriptions with participating healthcare providers on Wednesday 12 August from 6.30-7.30pm.
All healthcare providers and staff interacting with consumers are encouraged to attend this session.
Clinicians and Practice Managers participating in the Communities of Interest program will share their experience and strategies on how their practice has incorporated electronic prescriptions in everyday practice.
Key discussion topics include:
Today Zedmed achieved a major milestone, with our first e-Prescription being prescribed and dispensed through a live telehealth consultation between a GP and a patient.
The prescription was between Medical One Sydenham and Care Plus Sydenham using Fred Dispense, and the test proved how simple, seamless and convenient the functionality will be for patients, practitioners and pharmacists alike.
With the outbreak of the Coronavirus, the Australian Government has fast-tracked the delivery of electronic prescribing (ePrescribing) to help practitioners protect people most at-risk in our community from exposure to COVID-19.
Zedmed is part of this fast-tracking program and will be releasing this functionality in Version 32, which is scheduled for release in early May.
What is ePrescribing?