Webstercare cuts 6CPA red tape
TO MEET the needs of pharmacists complying with the increased Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement (6CPA) dose administration (DAA) funding reporting requirements, effective 01 Feb, Webstercare has announced its Medication Management Software (MMS) system offers a solution that cuts the administrative red tape.
With patient information already recorded in MMS, claim reports can be quickly generated based on this data, the company has said.
Webstercare md Gerard Stevens explained, “We work closely with our pharmacy customers and they tell us that having to search for and fill-out multiple applications in order to complete reporting requirements is a time-consuming chore for busy pharmacies.
“That is why we have included some significant time-saving features in our software. MMS is the beating heart of all Webstercare systems,” he said.
“These new features join others in our MMS to make pharmacy work processes as simple as possible.”
Health Outcomes Data is completed using templates built into the software with pre-defined interview questions within the template ensuring nothing is missed, offering Pharmacists the ability to schedule reminders for follow-up appointments and print reports.
In addition, alerts and reminders offer prompts for when claims need to be submitted, or follow-up interviews held.
“This software is there to help staff to stay on top of things, freeing up time to spend with customers. Ultimately it helps to improve outcomes for customers.
“Peace of mind with medication is central to everything we do,” Stevens concluded.