An outsider looking in might wonder what is taking e-prescribing so long to get going. Doctors communicating with pharmacies via the Internet is faster, more accurate and more efficient for all involved. But the medical community is slow to change, pharmacy executives told SN.
The time has finally come, they said, and e-prescriptions may be a major trend by the end of the year, and an accepted way of doing business within a few years.
“Everybody has to get to the same level of technology,” ...
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