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RxREVU's FHIR-Enabled Prescription Decision Support Integrated within the Cerner EHR in Collaboration with Banner Health

RxREVU’s Prescription Decision Support (PDS) platform, RxCheck, provides a solution for the ONC's priority category of Comprehensive Medication Management. Along with Banner Health in Arizona, RxREVU and Banner are partnering together with the goal of optimizing and standardizing prescribing behavior at the point of care. Leveraging the emerging Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard as the communication backbone to our solution, as well as respective resources at Banner and RxREVU, this project is focused on surfacing actionable information about a patient’s condition, therapeutic alternatives, patient formulary and price of a drug at the point-of-prescribing within EHR. Specifically, RxREVU and Banner are focusing on the following use cases: 1). Accurate prescription pricing information based on patient’s formulary including the suggestion of lower cost therapeutic alternatives. 2). Identification of patients with poor medication adherence, based on pharmacy claims.
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  • Arizona
  • Banner Health
  • Colorado
  • Comprehensive Medication Management
  • EHR Integration
  • FHIR
  • High Impact Pilot
  • HIT Vendor
  • interoperability
  • ONC
  • Primary Care
  • RxREVU
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