Web­ster­care cuts 6CPA red tape

Pharmacy Daily - - News -

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.

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