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Prescription Management

From simple prescription renewals, to quickly viewing a patient’s medication history, to integrated e-faxing and e-Rx, and support for custom compounded rxs, it’s easy to manage prescriptions in Cerbo.

Faster Prescriptions

Writing prescriptions is quick and easy, thanks to smart-searching, a medication short list that gets smarter the more prescriptions you write, and easy-to-use dosing profiles. Your medication short list remembers which medications you’ve prescribed and, as you type, the system searches these first. Easily save the details of the dosing profiles that you use regularly, as the default (auto-populates) or secondary profile (selected via a drop down menu) for that drug.

When you’re ready, you can call in prescriptions to the patient’s preferred pharmacy or send electronically via eRx or integrated electronic fax. Either way, the system automatically checks prescriptions against the patient’s list of allergies, intolerances, and discontinued medications, reducing the chance of negative drug reactions.

Prescription renewals can be requested via the Patient Portal and can be completed and sent electronically in just a few clicks.

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Patient Portal Integration

The Patient Portal is an great tool for making sure that the patient can always see a current medication list, along with any special instructions, and easily request refills. Plus, the patient can update their own preferred pharmacies list, so that you can be confident that you have the most current information.

Compounded Medications

Your compounded medications, bio-identical hormones, etc. can be added and prescribed via Cerbo. Plus, the patient’s preferred pharmacies – including compounding pharmacies – can be specified ahead of time, making sending in your compounded prescriptions via e-fax a breeze.

Always-Accessible Medication List

A patient’s medication summary appears prominently on the patient dashboard, remaining easily accessible even when you have an encounter note open. A more detailed view can always easily be displayed as an expanded block or in a new tab or window.

In a few clicks, quickly add the patient’s medication history to an encounter note using chart parts, or create a faxable, printable medications list.