What does it mean when a patient medication is no longer available?

Practice Fusion’s comprehensive medication search will check the current status and market availability of any medication prescribed from a patient’s active medication list. This can help you save time by preventing unnecessary phone calls to the pharmacy and can help ensure that prescriptions ordered can be successfully filled by your patients.

Medication availability checks
When prescribing a medication from a patient’s active medication list, Practice Fusion will check the medication’s market availability. If the medication is no longer on the market or the NDC (National Drug Code) has changed, you will receive a notification when beginning the prescribing workflow and must take action in order to proceed with the order.

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Selecting Choose new will cancel the order in progress and initiate a new medication search. If you opt to select a new medication and proceed with the order, the new medication will be added to the patient’s active medication list and the old medication will be discontinued in the patient's chart.

Alternatively, selecting Cancel within the alert will discontinue the prescribing workflow. The medication will remain in the patient’s active medication list and no prescription order will be sent.

e-Prescribing

  1. How do I sign up for eRx (e-Prescribing)?
  2. How do I send an eRx (e-Prescription)?
  3. How do I process eRx (e-Prescribing) refill requests?
  4. How do I prescribe multiple medications in a single order?
  5. How do I search for a pharmacy or enter a preferred pharmacy?
  6. Why am I unable to send an eRx (e-Prescription)?
  7. What do eRx (e-Prescribing) error messages mean?
  8. Activating e-prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS): Step 1 of 2
  9. Setting up EPCS e-signing permissions: Step 2 of 2
  10. How do I send e-prescriptions (eRx) and approve refills for controlled substances?
  11. How do I enable and use prescription task delegation?
  12. How do I print and format prescriptions?
  13. What is the status of my eRx (e-Prescribing) request?
  14. Prescription Formulary FAQ's
  15. How do I edit my Drug-Drug and Drug-Allergy Interactions Settings?
  16. How do I add my NPI and DEA numbers to printed prescriptions?
  17. Can I be enabled for e-prescribing on two Practice Fusion accounts at the same time?
  18. How do I edit a refill sent by the pharmacy?
  19. Can I e-Prescribe through multiple eRx vendors?
  20. How do I add a pharmacy to the database?
  21. How can I discontinue a medication?
  22. How can you see the status of an eRx (e-Prescription)?
  23. How does I-STOP affect my practice and what is Practice Fusion doing to prepare for EPCS?
  24. How do I sign up for eRx or EPCS if I have a credit freeze?
  25. What does the eRx (e-Prescribing) "Pending" status mean?
  26. How do I disable my e-prescribing with Practice Fusion?
  27. How do I re-activate eRx (e-Prescribing)?
  28. How can I help a provider verify eRx (e-Prescribing) credentials?
  29. How can I disable refill requests?
  30. How do I update my phone or fax number for eRx (e-Prescribing)?
  31. Who can send an e-prescription?
  32. Why am I not receiving eRx (e-Prescribing) refills?
  33. What if I fail e-Prescribing (eRx) verification?
  34. How do I use eCoupons?
  35. How do I use electronic prior authorizations?
  36. How do I print an e-Prescription receipt?
  37. How do I update the VIP Access application for EPCS?
  38. How do I use medication adherence?
  39. Why am I receiving an alert to update my medical license?
  40. How can I see medication costs and cost-saving alternatives?
  41. What does it mean when a patient medication is no longer available?
  42. Ohio Prescription Instructions
  43. How does the Maine EPCS Opiates Mandate under L.D. 1646 affect my practice?
  44. How do I initiate a request for a prior authorization from the EHR?
  45. How do I submit prior authorizations via Physicians’ Desk Reference (PDR)?

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