ImproMed, LLC, a Butler Schein Company and developer of practice management software for the veterinary industry, announced this week that it supports multiple state drug monitoring programs by providing software for prescription reporting.
California’s Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System is one of the programs supported my ImproMed’s Infinity software. Prescription drug monitoring programs assist in the reduction of pharmaceutical drug diversion without affecting medical practice or patient care.
“Prescription reporting can be confusing and take up valuable time,” says William R. Randolph, vice-president of technical services at ImproMed. “Infinity simplifies the process by allowing the practice to quickly and easily create a report that conforms to their state’s reporting regulations.”
When veterinary professionals report prescription information to drug monitoring programs, state law enforcement and regulatory boards are able to identify abnormal activity and stop abuse of prescription drugs, including those used in the veterinary field, a release from ImproMed states.
Mandatory reporting of veterinary prescription information can be handled through ImproMed’s Infinity practice management software, which can generate a detailed controlled substance report.