Here are a few key reasons for implementing care plan documentation:
Reason #1 - Realizing workflow efficiencies in your pharmacy
This includes your ability to:
- Decrease the number of interruptions a productive staff member receives
- Improve patient care coordination amongst entire staff (this includes decreasing the number of misses that impact a patient who is standing in front of you)
- Increase the quantity of time you have available to provide patient care by documenting a care plan versus tracking down staff members to help understand the full problem
Reason #2 - Increasing the likelihood of securing a a new payer opportunity or continuing an existing payer opportunity
- Stay tuned for the next edition of CPESN U (out on June 26th) to learn more about the reasons why adopting care plan documentation is so important.
If you have not submitted a care plan yet, please submit a care plan by June 30, 2019.
How do I submit a care plan? Follow Track 1 after determining if your pharmacy has submitted a care plan
Track 1 is intended for pharmacies who have not submitted a care plan
Determining if your pharmacy has submitted a care plan:
We now have 578 pharmacies that have submitted a care plan, 27% of our participating pharmacies!
Way to go!
to see the list of
578 CPESN pharmacies
who have submitted a care plan based on our criteria, in numerical order by NPI number (
this list was updated June 11, 2019
If you believe your pharmacy submitted an eCare Plan, but don't see your NPI listed above, please complete this short webform (click
) and we will research your submission in collaboration with your technology vendor.