Adverse drug events (ADEs) are one of the most common preventable adverse events in all settings of care, with studies indicating that approximately 20% of patients experience an ADE within three weeks of discharge. To ensure patient safety, 100% of patients should be receiving an MRP within 72 hours of discharge, but only ~50% of patients do.
Care providers are often unaware that a discharge has occurred.
Current methods of identifying non-adherence and other medication related risks are error-prone and inefficient.
Organizations lack the clinical resources to perform MRPs on 100% of discharged patients.
— Hospital Physician
Cureatr Meds 360° real-time national discharge data and alerting to notify our telepharmacists when a patient has been discharged from the hospital so we can make timely and actionable interventions. This allows our clinical staff to perform the patients MRP within 48 – 72 hours post-discharge.
Meds 360° provides us with a complete discharge summary as well as historical clinical data from every available clinical encounter that the patient has had. Our team has access to the discharge medications, hospital discharge instructions, plan of care, problem lists ICD-10s, procedures, allergies, lab results, vital signs, and more.
Meds 360° integrates this real-time clinical data with real-time Rx fill data delivering the most up-to-date and comprehensive medication lists across all prescribers regardless of their location and EMR. It includes e-Rx data, real-time pharmacy claims, and retail point-of-sale data including cash transactions.
Cureatr merges these real-time data sets to identify primary and secondary non-adherence if, for instance, the patient has failed to pick up their discharge medication(s).
Our board-certified, clinical telepharmacy team will harness the power of Meds 360° to:
Cureatr’s team of hundreds of world-class clinical telepharmacists do your MRPs for you, empowered by Meds 360°, which provides real-time discharge notifications that include full discharge summaries, accurate medication data for every single patient, clinical decision support, and demographic and contact information.