SoftRx utilizes unique timesaving features to directly address the need to reduce medication errors, increase productivity and communication, and enhance the timeliness and quality of patient care. There’s improved safety through the user’s addition of rules to those in 3rd party database, including age, sex, weight, lab results, and maximum dosage range.
Pharmacist-friendly features in both Inpatient and Outpatient modules include extensive pharmacist notes features, printing of patient teaching monographs, and precise and effective adverse reaction monitoring. Shifting between Inpatient and Outpatient is seamless, with no need to open a new application.
The SoftRx system has multisite capabilities that allow patient profiles to be viewed or orders to be entered from any of the networked sites.
SoftRx has both centralized and de-centralized multisite inventory functionality that allows all inventory to be monitored and regulated from the home site or any other site. Full integration with clinical laboratory and microbiology systems provides a seamless flow of information throughout the enterprise - a key ingredient of improving patient outcomes. SoftRx easily integrates with existing HIS and LIS systems, as well as a variety of drug dispensing and other delivery systems.
SoftRx provides substantial adverse event reduction, improved patient outcomes, increased pharmacy efficiency, and enhanced quality assurance regardless of workload or operating environment. With significant features and benefits, SoftRx is the most comprehensive hospital pharmacy management solution available today.
This total hospital pharmacy system for inpatient and outpatient management offers:
- IV and med order entry
- Pharmacy med profiles
- Cart fills, IV batching
- Extensive intervention documentation
- Productivity monitoring
- Interaction reporting
- Controlled substance tracking
- Patient medication administration reports
- Automated device interfacing, hand helds
- Oracle, CORBA, Microsoft OCX Grid, Java, Visual C++
- Rules-based, user-defined interactions