MEDITECH + DrFirst 2017 MUSE Conference in Dallas, Texas

Your hospital needs to be smart and fast.

Learn how efficient workflows and smart data solutions get you there at the DrFirst MUSE showcases.

MAY 31 at 1 p.m.

Suite 2, Building 1

New state mandates require providers to stop, log-in to PDMP websites, and re-enter patient data — every time they prescribe a controlled substance.

See how EPCS Gold™ with PDMP Access makes the required PDMP searches part of the prescribing workflow. Providers can join the fight against opioid addiction, without compromising their valuable time.

Speaker: George Pappas, DrFirst COO

June 1 at 1 p.m.

Suite 2, Building 1

It's clear that health care data abounds, regardless of an organization's size or speciality. Yet, many hospital systems struggle to access and use this data efficiently.

Learn how to turn massive amounts of unstructured clinical data into usable, actionable information — while reducing clicks and staff hours. For example, SmartSIG, part of the DrFirst SmartSuite, saves one hospital nearly one million clicks annually.

Speakers: Don Carpenter and David Sellars, DrFirst Senior Product Solution Experts

June 1 at 3 p.m.

Suite 2, Building 1

As healthcare shifts to a patient-centered model, many standard practices must shift as well. The result? An industry-wide interest in fostering care communities and patient engagement.

Learn how to effectively meet the demands of a changing healthcare landscape, focusing on tools that enhance effective data-sharing, patient engagement, and care collaboration.

Speaker: Linda Fischer, DrFirst Director of Product Solutions

Learn more about current industry challenges and solutions at these additional DrFirst educational sessions and product showcases:

  • Medication Reconciliation Stages of Excellence
  • Pharmacy Best Practices
  • Medication Reconciliation Best Practices

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