The emergence of virtual care and remote work have created the need for mobile clinical workflows, including electronic prescriptions for controlled substances (EPCS). However, providers have been limited to the use of laptops or desktops to complete EPCS orders due to technology and regulatory restrictions.
In partnership with Epic, IDEMIA and Aware, Imprivata has developed a first of its kind and only facial recognition solution that enables EPCS from Epic’s Haiku and Canto mobile applications. For the first time, providers can easily and securely send EPCS orders from anywhere, anytime to ensure patients receive their medication in an efficient and timely manner.
Revisit this webinar where Imprivata’s Dan Borgasano, vice president of solutions marketing, and Vini Melo, senior product manager, share more about:
- Imprivata Mobile EPCS and how it can drive workflow efficiency and increase provider and patient satisfaction
- Review the full DEA requirements for EPCS to help ensure you are compliant with state mandates as well as the federal SUPPORT Act