Curve Dental announced that dental practitioners can now send or renew prescriptions to pharmacies from any device.
Dental practitioners can now send or renew prescriptions to pharmacies from any device, Curve Dental announced today. A new release of enhanced functionality for ePrescribe, a module within the Curve Cloud Platform, allows clinicians to send prescriptions to pharmacies from any digital device, including a smartphone or tablet.
In partnership with DrFirst, a leading provider of e-prescribing, price transparency, and medication management solutions, Curve Dental offers customers an efficient process for sending prescriptions from their everyday workflow within its cloud-based dental practice management solution.
The new release includes three prescribing options; ePrescribe, which allows doctors to manage electronic prescriptions with ease; iPrescribe, which allows doctors to write and send prescriptions from mobile devices; and Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) registration for Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances.
With this new functionality, Curve’s ePrescribe module allows customers to streamline prescription writing and reduce prescribing errors using the SmartSuite™ feature. This feature minimizes the need to search for drugs by displaying commonly prescribed medications with complete sig based on historical prescribing behaviors.
Gary Long, Curve's Chief Revenue Officer explains, "Our combined EPCS and PDMP solution streamlines workflow and dramatically reduces the time it takes to check patient prescription history, document the PDMP check and complete the electronic prescription. It also helps eliminate the possibility of human error throughout the process. We are committed to doing our part to address the country's opioid epidemic and feel that our solution will help dentists do their part to support the PDMP initiative."
Curve Dental is a web-based dental software and services provider in the US and Canada. To date, Curve has 25,000 users in the US and Canada and strives to make dental software about the user experience. For more information, visit curvedental.com.