eMAR, Press Release, Pharmacy
Dec 14, 2021

ECP Integrates with Liberty Software

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by Autumn Kniseley

ECP integration with Liberty Software will help pharmacies improve workflows.

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East Troy, WI, December 2021 - ECP announced today that they now offer an integration with Liberty Software, a Texas-based vendor that provides an intuitive pharmacy management platform to retail and long-term care pharmacies. This HL7 integration allows Liberty Software clients to send real-time prescription updates to their assisted living communities utilizing ECP eMAR.

 

Pharmacy-workflowPaired with pharmacy-sent information regarding new, changed, discontinued, or refilled prescriptions, ECP enhances the medication management process for communities by automatically identifying controlled substances, psychotropics, and other hazardous drugs. Users can attach vitals prompts, follow-up alerts, missed charting alerts, and more to Liberty-sent medication information. ECP's user-friendly interface allows communities to review important changes to prescriptions, while most other changes are automatically approved for users by ECP's state-of-the-art HL7 message processor.

Pharmacist"We are excited to partner with Liberty Software to help pharmacies and long-term care providers electronically share information, improving operational efficiency, reducing the risk of medication errors, and ultimately leading to better clinical outcomes. We're deeply committed to a vision of more data-driven, outcome-focused care and believe that integrations like this one are essential to making that vision a reality." says Adam Aisen, CEO

ECP’s core clinical products include eMAR and electronic health records (EHR), providing software to over 6,500 assisted living communities, group homes, and intellectually and developmentally disabled care settings across the country and globally. ECP is connected to over 500 LTC pharmacies across the country and interfaces with all major pharmacy management software systems.

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