Patient-centric Medication Management and Reconciliation

Assures that a single list of patient medications correlates with those that the patient is actually taking and contains no medications with unintentional duplicative effects. Must be done in both inpatient and outpatient settings and should include OTC medications and supplements.

  • Access medication lists* from multiple sources and display together
  • Highlight duplications, possible duplications, and multiple medications in the same specified class within a general category (e.g. beta blockers within antihypertensives)
  • Incorporate patient supplied history recurrent active medications
  • Designate, date, and sign reconciled med list
  • System accurately reflects active medications; allows discontinued medications to be removed from list at time of change
  • Maintain history of previous medications
  • eMAR* in the inpatient setting
  • Evidence that prescription was filled (or not)
  • Real-time alerts when prescribing duplicate medications, discontinuing a critical medication, etc