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Any prescribing clinicians using SP?

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  • Jessica Kallaugher

    Hi! As a nurse practitioner i have the same question. I am in my trial period as well. Did you end up using this EMR?

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  • Pascale Chrisphonte

    Hello, Yes I ended up going with the EHR. So far so good, just a few quirks  and little things that I have already suggested changes for in the ideas section. I use DrFirst to send prescriptions.

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  • Guy Rahamim

    How do you link the two systems together?  I know they don't offer to link automatically, but how do you manage keeping track of prescriptions between the two systems?

     

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  • Pascale Chrisphonte

    I don’t link them. Dr. First is easy to use (in my opinion) and I easily look up what the patient is prescribing via the app on my iPhone and write it manually in my notes. I’m actually more ‘on top’ of what meds and doses I’m prescribing because it’s not automatically populated for me and I have to look closely to chart it in my notes.

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  • Pascale Chrisphonte

    If the med doses don’t change you can just write an administrative note to keep track of the meds and doses as well and that stays on top of the chart in Simple Practice. It’s not perfect but it works.

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  • Jessica Kallaugher

    I am an AGNP just starting a medical cannabis evaluation/certification practice. I created a medical hx intake template but so far am just free texting for notes.

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  • Penny Altman

    Ok, that is what I am doing. In which state do you practice? I am in pa.  Licensed in wv, ok,mo, in, ky and soon oh.

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  • Ivonne Espinosa

    It is very inconvenient and this has not changed.

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