MDLand achieves Surescripts® Medication Adherence Certification to ensure higher quality data management and improved patient care.
New York, NY – MDLand, the leading innovative digital health company based in New York City providing cloud-based certified electronic health records, data-driven population health & analytics platform, insightful clinical data services, and digital care delivery solutions to medical practices and healthcare organizations has successfully completed certification with Surescripts for Medication Adherence.
Surescripts serves the nation with a nationwide network for medication and clinical information in the United States. The Surescripts Network Alliance unites virtually all electronic health records (EHR) vendors, pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), pharmacies and clinicians, plus an increasing number of health plans, long-term and post-acute care organizations, specialty hubs and specialty pharmacy organizations.
Medication adherence is a challenge in our healthcare industry. With the collaboration between MDLand and Surescripts on Medication Adherence, MDLand can identify patients at high risk of certain diseases and to improve medication management for patients. The incorporation of Proportion of Days Covered (PDC) score from Pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) allows clinicians to quickly see if patients are taking medications as prescribed, so they can address care gaps at the point of care or via the comprehensive care management feature. With MDLand’s iClinic® implementation, MDLand can meet providers’ demand for real time data, improve their adherence programs, reduce costs, and increase Star ratings.
MDLand’s achievement in certification of medication adherence from Surescripts® serves to demonstrate the advanced clinical informatics capability of its software and MDLand’s focus and dedication to help physicians and physician organizations to improve their clinical quality management and patient care. In addition, MDLand seeks to empower healthcare providers to identify care gaps, improve quality scores and implement intervention to enable proactive provider patient engagement to ultimately improve the health of the communities in which they reside in.
Sara Liu, Media