A comprehensive substance use disorder platform with powerful analytics for risk assessment and patient support tools
NarxCare is a robust analytics tool and care management platform that helps prescribers and dispensers analyze real-time controlled substance data from Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs).
NarxCare automatically accesses PDMP data and a patient’s health history, analyzes it, and provides an interactive visualization of usage patterns to help identify potential risk factors.
Every NarxCare report includes type-specific risk scores for narcotics, sedatives, and stimulants. These scores are based on a complex, proprietary algorithm and range from 000 to 999, with higher scores equating to higher numbers of prescribers, MME, pharmacies, and overlapping prescriptions.
Your decisions can be based on objective insight into potential drug misuse or abuse, ultimately leading to improved patient safety.
Many factors beyond PDMP data alone can inform patient risk analysis. NarxCare evaluates the data and information you need for an informed, holistic risk assessment. As well as multi-state PDMP data, NarxCare analyzes your patient’s medical history in context of variables that could impact risk assessment and help guide patient case management—factors such as depression, obstructive sleep apnea, alcohol use, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
With the ability to share patient risk analysis in real-time with other authorized parties, NarxCare fosters coordinated care management. Multiple providers involved in a patient’s care management can make better informed decisions together for earlier interventions and better patient outcomes. Patterns of substance abuse can be identified. Earlier interventions can help patients move forward with their lives and save lives.
NarxCare automatically accesses Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) data, analyzes it, and provides interactive visualization of usage patterns to help you identify potential risk factors and intervene with appropriate action.
NarxCare integrates with your electronic health record (EHR) or pharmacy management system (PMS). That means authorized prescribers and dispensers can access PMP data and NarxCare analytics within their daily workflow for clinical decision support. No need for an extra log in or to re-enter patient data and it is accessible via computer, tablet, or smartphone. NarxCare facilitates continuity of care for your patients
Aided by NarxCare analytics, risk assessment can be done quickly and automatically, in real time, at the point-of-care. That enables you to intervene when time is critical.
NarxCare is HIPAA-compliant and assures that you’re complying with your state’s specific regulatory requirements.
CDC guidelines are provided directly in NarxCare, as well as the ability to search for a Medicated Assisted Treatment facility within a given radius of your location. You are equipped with the tools to better help patients that may be at risk.
– Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
NarxCare continues to be instrumental in helping the nation’s healthcare providers, pharmacists, substance abuse oversight committees, health plan care managers, and government agencies work together to control substance abuse for prescription drugs.
The NarxCare Resources module provides Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) locators, patient information handouts, and more. All features are accessible with a single click and automatically contextualized to an individual patient’s demographics.
NarxCare also delivers peer-to-peer messaging, including the transmission of documents, enabling easy communication among all authenticated users. Messaging enables collaboration of care, alert and information sharing, and other functions important to clinical decision-making and patient care.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
“Although Ohio has had a PMP for years, the web page has been cumbersome to navigate and difficult to interpret the results. Since the incorporation of NarxCare, those issues have been resolved, since it is able to generate a single number that quickly gives me a more accurate assessment of the patient’s opiate/sedative history. This number, coupled with the ease and speed of the web page, makes getting the information I need, instantaneous. As such, my colleagues and I use this program much more frequently; allowing us to deliver better care to our patients in the ED.”
BRUCE G. JONES – DO, FACEP
Division Chief of Emergency Medicine
ED Medical Director, Doctors Hospital