SOAPware ePrescribing for Controlled Substances (EPCS)
Would you like more information about EPCS?
This EPCS feature will allow physicians to e-prescribe all medications — including scheduled drugs — right from SOAPware.
SOAPware is committed to your success with I-STOP and we have delivered an EPCS system that’s:
- Fully integrated with SOAPware and meets the requirements of I-STOP.
- Enhanced sign up process with streamlined identity verification.
Click here for the SOAPware EPCS webinar.
EPCS will allow physicians to seamlessly send controlled substance prescriptions to retail or mail order pharmacies within the same workflow you use to prescribe legend drugs. It makes prescribing more efficient, advances patient medication adherence, and increases convenience for your patients.
The EPCS feature allows physicians to:
- Prevent prescription drug abuse
- Avoid patients who are doctor shopping
- Reduce fraud and abuse ~ no paper prescription pads to be stolen, altered or forged
- Be audit-ready with management reports
Ready to Activate Your EPCS License?
Contact the SOAPware Sales department to purchase and activate your EPCS license.
Each provider who wishes to submit controlled medications electronically will need an EPCS license.
To see the regulatory status of e-prescribing of controlled substances in your state Click Here.
To see the % of pharmacies enabled for e-prescribing of controlled substances in your state Click Here.
In compliance with DEA Interim Final Rule (IFR) Title 21 CFR Part 1311 – Requirement for Electronic Orders and Prescriptions, all clinicians issuing electronic prescriptions for controlled substances (EPCS) must review SOAPware’s audit/certification report prior to using the EPCS feature. In addition to the audit/certification report, the full text of Title 21 CFR Part 1311 is available online at: http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/21cfr/cfr/1311/subpart_c100.htm