Electronic Prescription has taken significant steps in its extension, not only at geographical level, but also in the acceptance of the health care community and the degree of integration of patient medication, keeping users with a very high level of satisfaction.
- Definition of the Model,
- Project Management Office,
- Support for Implementation in GP centers
- Support in Medical Specialization centers
- Training Support
- System Evaluation
Millions of dispensed prescriptions
Millions of patients dispensed monthly
The number of 1000 million dispensations has been surpassed. Today over 97% of the prescriptions are electronic, and only very few prescription are paper-based.
The Electronic Prescription model is a key tool to improve rational drug use and ensure the sustainability of the system.
The knowledge base provided by this new model, where health professionals have an end-to-end vision of the patient’s medication, is a key support to ensure effective, safe and cost-competitive health care service.
The Electronic Prescription model is also evolcing in different directions, for instance introducing new advanced features (such as clinical safety improvement in the prescription process) or interfacing with electronic prescription systems operating in other regions and other European countries.