NZ vendors launch nationwide ePrescription messaging service

New Zealand's leading pharmacy and general practice software vendors have come together to launch an integrated electronic prescription messaging service called Secure Script that will allow GPs to send signature exempt eScripts directly to pharmacies.

Pharmacy platform RxOne and GP practice management software vendors Indici and My Practice rolled out the capability in their respective systems last month, using secure messaging service Clanwilliam Health (formerly HealthLink), and they have now been joined by the market-leading pharmacy dispense and GP PMS vendors, Toniq and Medtech.

And in another breakthrough for ePrescribing in New Zealand, Waitemata, Auckland and Counties Manukau District Health Boards have announced they will start using Secure Script in the near future.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: NZePS, ePrescribing

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