People who frequently abuse opiate painkillers are often at the highest risk of overdosing, and are also likely to obtain the drugs through multiple prescriptions and multiple doctors, a practice known as “doctor shopping,” reports a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study.
- Government & Insurers
Large entities with substantial prescription databases to manage and evaluate will benefit from our Insight product.
- Hospitals & Pharmacies
NARXCHECK Plus is a fully automated program for locations that see a high volume of patients and need real-time data quickly recovered.
- Private Practices
NARxCHECK Direct provides a patient’s NARxCHECK Scores and NARxCHECK Report along with other patient data via a single sign-on in the provider’s electronic medical record system.
The full, provider-focused version of our software is powered by an ADT feed and automatically delivers PMP reports and NARxCHECK Scores for narcotics, plus sedatives and stimulants. An additional layer of intuitive patient management tools allow for enhanced care coordination.Read More
Surveilling a large database of prescription data is an important task for many organizations. Effective identification of abuse, outlier prescribing practices, and improper dispensing patterns can have profound effects on patient safety and cost. Our Insight product (in development) provides unparalleled awareness to those charged with finding disparites.Read More
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Oregon Health and Science University conducted a statewide survey that outlined the need to increase prescription monitoring program (PMP) adoption and provide an easy-to-use system.
The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) and its member boards of pharmacy protect the public health by fostering the highest standards of pharmacy practice. NABP operates the NARxCHECK program through its Foundation (NABPF™) as part of its efforts to help practitioners utilize prescription monitoring program data more effectively. With this tool, practitioners can make more informed decisions when abuse is suspected and ensure that those who legitimately need controlled substances receive them.