These mandated paper rules were created over 60 years ago – in 1962. Modernization will help bring the pharmacy industry into the digitized 21st century…
Bring 1962 prescribing rules into a digitized 21st century
Reduce unnecessary burden that distracts from serving patients and improving efficiency
Eliminate contradictory healthcare provider information in the delivery of medications and helping providers better serve you
Keep pace with other regions of the world that are already moving forward on e-labeling, particularly in the European Union, Taiwan, Japan, Canada, Singapore, and Australia. The U.S. risks falling behind unless we establish a roadmap to e-labeling today.
In 2019, 98.7% of prescriptions were sent to the pharmacy electronically. 79% of prescribers used electronic prescribing in 2019, up from 73% in 2018
Modern consumers are increasingly going to the Internet to access information on the safety and effectiveness of medical products through their preferred digital channels and search engines, yet much of this information is unverified and unreliable
E-labeling can provide an authoritative source of FDA-approved drug product information and reflects the most-up-to date information (new indications, dosing, and safety label changes), and can be searchable, linkable, customizable, and accessible using modern digital tools and devices (ERH system, smartphone, tablets, etc)
Making prescribing information real time, reliable, and environmentally sustainable.
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