ePrescribe is a website that provides blog posts related to prescriptions, medications, and how they are changing. The newest post is dated November 2013, so we can assume that this website is no longer being updated or maintained. Most of the articles are about EHRs and EMRs (electronic health records/ electronic medical records) and how they are positively affecting the medical industry. These blog posts seem like a good starting point for doing research on these EHRs and EMRs.
The only other page on the site is to contact the company. There is a form that may be filled out and submitted through the site, as well as an email address belonging to the website owner. There is a link to download the iPrescribe app for cell phones. It seems to be an app to aid doctors in writing prescriptions and storing patient information. The app costs $0.99 and has a free 7 day activation, and you may purchase in increments of 30 days for $15.99 or 1 year for $99.99.
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There are no customer reviews or testimonials, however, ScamAdviser gives ePrescribe a high trust rating.
There are no coupons available because there are no actual medications to purchase from this website or company.
This website could be used as a resource for gathering information about medical news. There is not a lot of information on prescription medications specifically, and there are no links to outside resources for purchasing them. The app associated with this website seems to be the reason the website exists. The app actually hosts electronic health and medical records for doctors all in one place.
The app boasts the same safeguard technology as United States military, ensuring all patient and prescription medication is safe from being stolen. The app allows doctors to search for prescriptions as well as write and send them electronically. Writing a prescription is fast and efficient on this application, and it allows the user to create shortcuts for specific medications and dosages. Users may also send refills for prescriptions in the same easy way they can be prescribed.
The iPrescribe app may be a good resource for doctors that are on the go or make house calls fairly often. This site receives 3 out of 5 stars. The website seems promising but is barely relevant anymore since the newest articles posted are almost 2 years old.