Connexit improves flow of medication-related information

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Connexit improves flow of medication-related information
Connexit improves flow of medication-related information

Remedi SeniorCare recently unveiled Connexit. This option lets long-term care facilities better communicate with the prescription services firm. Covered areas include complex medication orders, electronic health records, resident status changes and e-prescriptions. “Our proprietary system will provide myriad benefits to users, including significant savings in time and labor,” said Michael Bronfein, the company's president and CEO.

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