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ePrescriptions Coming Soon for Curve Hero
news! Curve Dental has selected a marvelous, highly experienced company
to provide you with the ability to electronically send your
prescriptions to any pharmacy. What's more, this capability
will be integrated with Curve Hero, so you can write and send a
prescription with just a few clicks of the mouse.
For our New York doctors, this functionality--as well as
controlled substance ePrescribing capabilities (EPCS)--will be available
before the Internet System for Tracking Over Prescribing Law (I-STOP)
deadline of March 27, 2015.
For those doctors in states
that require specific requirements, such as printing formats, this new
integration will resolve the current requirements as well as any future
legislation. This service is available for US doctors only.
ePrescribe requires an additional fee per provider. Curve Dental has
been able to negotiate a favorable rate for our customers: the monthly
fee is $35 per provider. EPCS capabilities require an additional
one-time fee of $100 per provider to cover the cost of the token (each
provider writing EPCS prescriptions requires a token).
All Curve Dental customers who register to use the service can do so with our compliments until May 1, 2015--send prescriptions for free for a limited time! If
you're interested in ePrescriptions, the sooner you register the more
you'll save. The service is sold on a month-to-month contract, but a
30-day notice is required if you need to discontinue the service.
can start using the service almost immediately using a standalone
version; the integrated version will be available in early March.
To get started, simply call Tina Cook at 888-910-4376 x2004.
We chose DrFirst as an ePrescribe partner for two reasons: First, they
lead the way in e-medication management technology; and second, they've
shown us their next generation of software (available in Q2) which we
think will truly compliment Curve Hero's sexy looks. And a bonus reason:
DrFirst is working to partner with one or more dental drug databases in
the future (more about that later). Call Tina today.