JAN 13, 2010

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Free EHR Adds E-Prescribing

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Practice Fusion Inc., vendor of free, advertiser-supported physician practice management and electronic health records software, has introduced an electronic prescribing module.

The module enables electronic connectivity with more than 50,000 pharmacies via the national e-prescribing network of Alexandria, Va.-based Surescripts.

The module, used standalone or as part of the EHR, also offers a continuously updated medication library, refill requests, free set-up assistance and delivery of prescription details to a patient's personal health record from San Francisco-based Practice Fusion.

More information is available at practicefusion.com.

--Joseph Goedert

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