Medacist Solutions Group is the lead innovator in drug diversion analytics as evidenced by being granted the only U.S. patent for drug diversion. Our core initiative is to deliver actionable information focused on the medication use process to drive better patient safety outcomes for the clients we serve. As such, we are proud to say that thousands of hospitals across the U.S. have relied on our RxAuditor analytics suite to ensure regulatory compliance, reduce liability, and ensure patient safety.
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Does Your Hospital struggle with Drug Diversion?
With RxAuditor, hospitals across the country benefit from strategic use of information which helps:
- Reduce drug diversion
- Reduce workflow inefficiencies
- Assure an accurate and safe medication practice
- Improve accountability of healthcare providers
- Regulatory compliance and reduction in healthcare liability
Medacist provides the RxAuditor analytics suite as a SaaS delivery model to the acute and long-term health care industry assisting its clients in a variety of ways through the following services: RxAuditor OnDemand, RxAuditor 360 and RxAuditor CPA.
How are You Tackling the National Opioid Epidemic?
ScripTrac synergistically melds electronic medical record data, big data analytics, and artificial intelligence machine learning to form a web based application for both healthcare administration and clinicians. ScripTrac’s main components are:
- Prescription monitoring between practitioner and patient
- Provider prescribing practice evaluation based on scores on specific prescribing metrics
- Provider prescribing practice benchmarking by peer group, patient care area, facility, health system, and nationally
- Predictive addiction targeting using artificial intelligence to identify potential addiction risks based on past patterns and outcomes
When presented with the task of finding a solution to our nation’s “opioid epidemic”, Medacist answered with ScripTrac.
people died from drug overdoses in the U.S. in 2016
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hospitals in the United States with potential for drug diversion
of patient care professionals are abusing or dependent on prescription drugs in a given year
RxAuditor gives me the ability to analyze data in a quick and comprehensive manner. It goes beyond ‘transactions per month’ to assess ‘transactions per shift’, the percent of ADM transactions involving controlled substances, waste pairings, and much more. I greatly value having access to these data as a part of our diversion prevention and detection program.Brian O’Neal, PharmD, MS, FASHP Senior Director of Pharmacy and Biomedical Engineering Children’s Mercy Kansas City
It has been my belief that timely, actionable information is critical to decision process and must be driven to pharmacy and nursing leaders in an easy and ready-to-use format. RxAuditor's service model helps deliver the answers we need to evaluate our automated dispensing system effectively using point and click technology.Bill Churchill, MS, RPh Former Chief Pharmacy Officer Partners Healthcare
RxAuditor has been a valuable tool for monitoring diversion across our five-hospital system. The reports are detailed and organized to allow users to focus in on areas of concern. The support and executive staff have been extremely helpful with setup and training.Cathleen Cowden, PharmD Regional Director of Pharmacy Services Inova Health System
Rx Auditor has enhanced our collaborative pharmacy-nursing model by providing robust, timely, customized data. It has significantly streamlined the process allowing management to consistently review data and make important timely decisions resulting in improved performance indicators and user accountability.Roland Bercume, MS, RPh Senior Director of Pharmacy UMASS Memorial Health Care
We have had several diversion situations identified that we would not have known about or caught without the use of the RxAuditor report. Just recently we identified a nurse that had been diverting from the hospital for 4 years. She started showing up on our RxAuditor report for Dilaudid (hydromorphone) for the last year. There were several “educational” conversations that took place and nursing leadership medication administration observations. The trouble with our situation was she was a very high performing nurse that received compliments from both staff and patients. She was “the last person you would suspect to be diverting.” The report finally told the story. This finally hit home to the nursing leadership and she was brought in for a drug screen. She openly shared what she had been doing and really seemed to be relieved that this was ending.Stacy Boatright, RPh Director of Pharmacy Women’s & Children’s Hospital