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Using Direct Messaging to Send Secure, Unsolicited Patient-at-Risk Alerts


The Indiana Direct Messaging pilot demonstrated how providing unsolicited reports for “at-risk” patients through secure electronic messaging could improve prescriber awareness of potential prescription drug abuse.


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Direct Messaging Pilot Program
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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
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