ProviderPass for EPCS

Interested in an Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances (EPCS) solution? More than half of all states have already adopted legislation requiring EPCS and it’s just a matter of time until the rest follow suite.  These mandates present a challenge for electronic health records (EHR) and electronic medical records (EMR) systems to meet the Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) EPCS requirements.  Exostar’s ProviderPass delivers a compliant, easy-to-use EPCS solution.  Let’s talk.

Compliance with DEA EPCS Requirements

Enabling EPCS is complicated.  With ProviderPass, health IT vendors can easily address all DEA EPCS requirements, including:

  • Identity Proofing
  • Two-Factor Authentication
  • Digital Signature
  • 3rd Party Audit or Certification
  • Record Keeping

Choose a Proven EPCS Solution

EPCS need not be a burden for health IT vendors or healthcare providers.  With the right solution, health IT vendors can painlessly extend their EHR/EMR systems with compliant, easy-to-use EPCS capabilities that providers appreciate.  Exostar’s ProviderPass seamlessly supports the electronic signing of over 1 million prescriptions for controlled substances per month.  Come join our rapidly-growing community of health IT vendors and healthcare providers who count on ProviderPass for an EPCS solution that helps to curb drug diversion and fight the growing opioid epidemic.

ProviderPass Simplifies EPCS for Health IT Vendors and Healthcare Providers

Healthcare providers want to focus on patient care, not on administrative tasks.  Health IT vendors want an EPCS solution that deploys quickly and cost-effectively.  Both get what they need with Exostar’s ProviderPass:

  • Single, web-based API eases integration with the EHR/EMR system, with no additional hardware or software to install behind the system’s firewall.
  • Backend integration means providers continue working with the native EHR/EMR user interface, preserving a consistent user experience.
  • Self-service and Exostar full lifecycle support for credentials reduce EPCS overhead to a minimum for health IT vendors and providers – keeping the focus on delivering care.