GE's EMR connects to SureScripts pharmacies

March 13, 2006

Physicians using the GE Centricity electronic medical record (EMR) can now electronically send prescriptions via the SureScripts e-prescribing network, which includes more than 90% of U.S. pharmacies. Kryptiq Corp. will provide the connectivity services that link physicians and pharmacies.

GE's EMR connects to SureScripts pharmacies

Physicians using the GE Centricity electronic medical record (EMR) can now electronically send prescriptions via the SureScripts e-prescribing network, which includes more than 90% of U.S. pharmacies. Kryptiq Corp. will provide the connectivity services that link physicians and pharmacies. SureScripts has contracted with 50 clinical software vendors representing 150,000 physician users.

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