RedSail Technologies, LLC, developer of Axys by Integra, is proud to announce the launch of its integration with PointClickCare Technologies, a leading healthcare technology platform enabling meaningful collaboration and access to real‐time insights. The integration will allow long-term care pharmacies with an on-demand dispensing model to exchange patient information with facilities that also utilize PointClickCare.
“At RedSail Technologies, we’re committed to supplying our customers with top-notch solutions that empower them to take care of their patients in a secure and efficient manner,” said Bob Bates, Chief Operating Officer for RedSail Technologies. “The integration with our cloud-based pharmacy management system, Axys, will significantly contribute to enhancing the communication between pharmacies and healthcare facilities. This will allow both teams to collaborate and enhance patient care throughout the entire process.”
A cloud-based platform is an essential tool for scaling and optimizing your business operations. By using a single platform that integrates your care, services, and financial operations, you can streamline your business processes and increase efficiency. With a cloud-based platform like Axys, you can easily scale your business as needed, without the need for expensive and time-consuming infrastructure upgrades. Additionally, the cloud-based platform ensures that all your data is accessible and secure, making it easy to collaborate with different teams and departments. In summary, the adoption of a cloud-based platform like Axys can lead to better scalability and efficiency for your business operations.
“The direct interface using NCPDP 2017071 SCRIPT through PowerLine allows PointClickCare to send patient census, new orders, resupply, and cancel orders to Axys,” said Rich Muller, Vice President of Product Management for RedSail Technologies,” As prescriptions are filled and checked through workflow, RxFill messages are returned to PointClickCare to populate the eMAR. The interface also allows pharmacies to receive electronically prescribed controlled substance orders (EPCS).”