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FMH and pharmaSuisse create a joint e-prescription

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An electronic prescription (e-prescription) offers many advantages if it is easy to use, safe and redeemable anywhere. pharmaSuisse and FMH, together with their software partners, are therefore committed to a solution that can be created and processed using the healthcare provider’s existing tools. The future e-prescription should work via a QR code and be easily and securely redeemed in pharmacies throughout Switzerland.

There has long been a need for a forgery-proof electronic prescription that is compatible throughout Switzerland.

Common prescription of the service providers involved

A secure e-prescription that is easy to use for patients and service providers can create great added value in the future. It serves to optimize processes, patients have access to their prescription at any time. In addition, the recipes can be easily checked, they are less error-prone, forgery-proof and copy-protected. FMH and pharmaSuisse are working together with their IT partners HCl Solutions, HIN, OFAC and others to use the e-prescription directly in the existing primary software systems of the medical practices and pharmacies wherever possible. This to promote digitization in healthcare with a solution that includes all players.

This is how the e-prescription from pharmaSuisse and FMH should work in the future

The aim is for doctors to be able to use their practice software to issue an e-prescription after a consultation or video consultation. This is sent to the patients digitally or given as a printout with a QR code. Patients can save the e-prescription on their smartphone, forward it to a pharmacy or print it out for themselves. They have full control over their data and can redeem the prescription when and where they want, even virtually in a pharmacy with a delivery service or at a mail order pharmacy. With the national solution from FMH and pharmaSuisse, no medical data is stored centrally. In the pharmacy, the QR code is scanned from the patient’s smartphone or from the paper printout using the existing barcode scanner. The e-prescription is read out and the information can then be transferred to the pharmacy software. The pharmacy can check the validity of the prescription at any time using the signature, validate it, execute the prescription and void all or part of the prescription. Sources of error are eliminated and possible misuse made more difficult by eliminating the need to type prescription data and copy paper prescriptions.

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