Micro Merchant Systems has announced that its PrimeRx™ pharmacy management system can now fully integrate with the Amplicare workflow automation platform.  With this capability, which is available on a subscription basis, PrimeRx™ users can seamlessly access automated decision making capabilities, which will improve pharmacy efficiency and patient services. A participating pharmacy can select which of Amplicare's many capabilities are most suitable for its needs, and integrate those tools directly into the PrimeRx™ operating system. 

Through Amplicare's automated, intelligent processing, a pharmacy can attain key benefits that include:

  • Improved patient medication adherence, which has the added benefits of increasing  pharmacy sales and improving a pharmacy's star rating performance. 
  • Automated, customized outbound phone, email and text campaigns to promote improved patient outcomes.
  • Proactive identification of opportunities to help mitigate DIR fees.
  • Plan comparisons to help Medicare and Medicaid patients identify most appropriate and cost efficient plans.

In addition to improved pharmacy workflow and efficiency, Amplicare provides critically-important opportunities for pharmacists to better service patients through pro-active alerts.  Amplicare's "smart solution" continuously reviews patient records, and delivers important interventions directly into the pharmacy's daily workflow, allowing the pharmacist to take corrective action.

Key notification capabilities include:

  • Low Adherence:  Patients in need of refills, or who are identified as "probable" for non-adherence will be identified,
  • Gap Therapy:  ACE/ARB, Statin:  Amplicare will identify patients who may not have proper medication or treatment plans in place for their diagnoses.  Pharmacist/patient consultations will help put the patient on the proper treatment course, and help improve pharmacy performance measures.
  • Nutrient Depletion:  Patients likely to experience a nutrient deficiency based on their prescription regimen will be identified.  Pharmacists can offer counsel to these patients about the need to address any such deficiency, which in turn can lead to increased sales of OTC products.
  • Flu Vaccination:  The system will identify patients who may be susceptible to the flu, and advise the pharmacist to recommend receiving a flu shot.
  • Naloxone Intervention:  Amplicare will identify patients – and their family members – who may be at risk of an opioid overdose, and provide information about Naloxone as an overdose-reversal medication1.