Prescribing on paper remains widespread, study finds

02/28/2013 | Drug Store News

A study by MediScripts revealed the use of paper prescriptions was more than 60% higher than use of e-prescriptions in 2012, despite advances in the technology's adoption rates. "Prescribers are considering e-prescribing systems, which are rapidly adapting to meet their needs, but until physicians gain comfort with the technology, many will continue to depend on ... pen and paper," said MediScripts CEO Erez Lapsker.

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