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Meet the clinical pharmacy professionals, discover what’s new, and try out the latest technologies. Better will be there to showcase its’ award-winning electronic prescribing and medication administration solution.
About Better Meds
Better Meds is an award-winning electronic prescribing and medication administration solution. It has been developed in collaboration with doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, and is easy to embed into the workflow and the technologies already in use. The solution understands the everyday challenges of a sensitive, fast-paced environment, and is by nature and design a clever collaboration tool.
Better Meds brings efficiency, transparency, and decision support to medication management. On top of that, it saves money, time, and significantly reduces errors.
5 reasons why you need to visit Better at CPC?
- to learn about the award-winning electronic prescribing and medication administration solution,
- to see how you can optimise your medication management, save time, and reduce errors,
- to find out how you can better use your data for better care of the patients,
- to hear everything about our customer’s success stories that you can learn from,
- to meet members of the Better team who are all great fun and full of splendid ideas.
Customers and partners
about Better Meds
“Prescriptions on an ePMA are clear and exact, so medication error risks have been reduced significantly. My daily workflow has been optimised, and I have found the use of the ePMA to be very transparent and effective, not to mention that it has boosted my productivity. I have more time to spend with my patients, and I can plan my daily routine and check prescriptions more efficiently”.
nurse working in Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
"The functionality around syringe drivers and infusions for use with end-of-life and palliative care was significantly better than any of the other solutions that we tested. This along with Better’s use of openEHR technology, really provided us with a simpler, easier to use system”.
Deputy Chief Information Officer at Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust
“I’ve found the system to be invaluable when completing audits and investigations; I’m able to see clearly what the medication was, who prescribed it, who stopped it and on what date, without having to distinguish the writing or signature. It’s much safer and enables a clear audit trail".
Ward Sister, Wye Valley NHS Trust
“Like many developing integrated care systems, we have a range of disparate data sets all over the region, embedded in different systems. This makes it very hard for effective sharing of information and has the potential for issues if a patient is transferred across care settings. We know that adopting a more unified approach, utilizing open data standards, will mean our patients will have a better experience and safer, more effective care. This approach fundamentally aligns with the direction of travel detailed in the new NHSE data strategy – Data saves lives.”