Fred gears up for MySL active script list roll-out
Pharmacy software vendor Fred IT plans to begin a pilot at the end of this month of new active script list (ASL) functionality that will allow pharmacists to view all of a patient's active scripts and repeats.
Part of the national electronic prescribing program, active script lists are aimed at patients on multiple medications who normally leave their scripts with their regular pharmacy and is an alternative to the new token model of eScripts.
Fred, which developed and operates the eRx prescription exchange service (PES), has worked with competitor MediSecure to develop the technology, which will be made available to other software vendors.
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