Bring Benefit Transparency to the Point of Prescribing
Join more than 500 EHR vendors integrated directly with the nation’s largest electronic prior authorization (ePA) platform.
Increase Provider Satisfaction
Providers indicating they have the ability to manage PA requests within their EHR reported greater levels of satisfaction.1
Increase efficiency in your providers’ workflow by enabling ePA initiation at the point of prescribing and assist in reducing administrative waste by offering a streamlined process.
Our Integrated Solutions
Our product suite provides extensive developer and operational support and a meaningful financial incentive for participating EHR vendors.
CoverMyMeds ePA product integrates with EHR systems to support both retrospective prior authorization requests initiated at the pharmacy and allows prescribers to kick-off the process at the point of prescribing via our integrations with payers representing 80 percent of prescription volume.
We offer both custom build and application integrations and will work with vendors to implement a solution that best fits their needs. It is the best way to add an NCPDP-compliant ePA solution to your E-Prescribing experience.
RxBenefit Clarity™ is a product that is offered via collaboration with RelayHealth, providing real-time benefit check transparency at the point of drug selection. In addition to the CoverMyMeds ePA solution, providers can see additional alerts including patient pay details and whether a medication will not be covered.
This product leverages the largest pharmacy connectivity network to access real-time prescription benefit data and provides prescribers with similar information that pharmacies see to evaluate prescription coverage.
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Be sure to catch CoverMyMeds' Julia Dewey, Manager of Account Strategy & Development, and Express Scripts' Senior Director of Digital Provider Solutions, Rick Klinenberg, as they present on "ePA Leads to Better Patient Health Outcomes" on May 8 at 10 a.m.