Medical groups launch e-prescription advocate site
PC World/Washington Post, March 5, 2008
Five doctors organizations have launched a Web site and campaign designed to persuade physicians to switch to electronic prescribing. The Web site includes a technology guide to help doctors move to e-prescribing, provides perspectives of other doctors on the benefits of e-prescribing, and points to connected pharmacies. The Get Connected campaign and theGetRxConnected.comWeb site is aimed at the 94 percent of doctors in the U.S. who still do not write prescriptions electronically.
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