2014 - PCMH4D

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The practice uses an electronic prescription system with the following capabilities:

4.D.1 More than 50 percent of eligible prescriptions written by the practice are compared to drug formularies and electronically sent to pharmacies.

PCC eRx has a built in capability to query for drug formularies. Use the stage 2 or modified stage 2 MU report and refer to the "Electronic Prescribing (Without Controlled Substances)" measure for this factor.

Description Example/Screenshot/Documentation Source Date Added
Document describing how PCC eRx compares to drug formularies Formulary Checking in PCC ERx PCC EHR 12/7/15

4.D.2 Enters electronic medication orders in the medical record for more than 60 percent of medications.

Use the stage 2 or modified stage 2 MU report and refer to the "CPOE (Medications)" measure for this factor. All medications ordered via PCC eRx are electronically recorded in the medical record, so all practices should achieve 100% for this measure.

4.D.3 Performs patient-specific checks for drug-drug and drug-allergy interactions.

PCC EHR users can receive auto credit for this factor

Description Example/Screenshot/Documentation Source Date Added
Document describing how PCC eRx checks for drug-drug and drug-allergy interactions Interaction checking in PCC eRx PCC EHR 07/07/14
Your PCC eRX provides these alerts eRX Alerts PCC EHR 03/25/13

4.D.4 Alerts prescribers to generic alternatives.

PCC EHR users can receive auto credit for this factor

Description Example/Screenshot/Documentation Source Date Added
Document showing how PCC eRx shows alerts for generic alternatives Alerts for generic alternatives in PCC eRx PCC eRx 07/07/14