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eRx, popularly known as e-prescribing or electronic prescribing, refers to the electronic, two-way transmission of prescription information between a physician, pharmacist, health plan, pharmacy benefit manager, or dispenser. eRx or e-prescribing is increasingly becoming a standard practice in the world of medicine. The technology is witnessing a gradual adoption by the clinical community across developed countries to enhance quality of care, and cut healthcare costs.
The report also offers global market estimates and projections for eRx Systems in US dollars for years 2012 through 2017. The report analyzes and presents an overview of eRx Systems market worldwide. Supported with 8 market data tables, the report highlights the ever increasing permanence of eRx Systems. The report also provides a review of global market trends along with benefits and challenges pertaining to the eRx Systems. The report further covers several regional markets including the United States, Canada, and Europe. The report highlights on various strategic industry activities of major companies witnessed by the industry over the last few years. In addition, 165 companies operating in the eRx Systems arena worldwide including Allscripts Healthcare Solutions Inc., DrFirst Inc., NEXTGEN Healthcare Information Systems LLC, NewCroprx LLC, Quality Systems Inc., and others are profiled.
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