IMPACT (Improving Medicare Post-Acute Care Transformation) Act requirement pertaining to drug and related diagnosis code is available in FrameworkLTC.
In our last post, we said why it is extremely important to perform routine Index maintenance for your SQL databases. I thought we’d walk through a few cautionary tales of how not maintaining these indexes can impact your pharmacy. (Spoiler alert: all are less than ideal situations for your staff and customers!)
The release notes and software are available on the Customer Engagement Zone (CEZ). Join us September 5, 2:00 p.m. EST for the FWLTC Release Notes Webinar. We will review these updates with a special focus on the Prospective Billing functionality. If you are not yet registered for the webinar series, the link is available on the CEZ under SUPPORT > WEBINARS.
In an ongoing effort to be proactive, transparent and forthcoming with errors, observations, issues and limitations related to FrameworkLTC software suite, SoftWriters has started publishing Known Issues and Limitations document (KIL) on the Customer Engagement Zone.
Perpetual Inventory describes systems of inventory where inventory quantity and availability is updated on a continuous basis as a function of doing business.
Perpetual Inventory has some great perks:
Increase cash flow
Decrease the outs experienced from day to day
Improve returns process
Check out this quick video to see how it works, then schedule a training to outline the best perpetual inventory implementation process for your pharmacy!
As FrameworkLTC is evolving into an enterprise-level clinical platform, it continues to offer end-to-end support for the majority of LTC pharmacy workflows. In order to deliver a stable and robust software upgrade and migration experience on enterprise scale to our customers, SoftWriters is moving towards a quarterly release cadence beginning Q1 2018. The first quarterly release is planned to be generally available by end of March 2018. This move fits very well with the overwhelming support that was shown by our customers during the 2017 Softwriters User Conference last year.
Phase 2 of the Reform of Requirements for LTC Facilities outlines requirements that facilities must meet in order to participate in the Medicare and Medicaid programs as of November 28, 2017. These requirements are aimed at improving the quality of health care and patient safety. Here are the three areas you need to be working towards as a pharmacy servicing Medicare/Medicaid facilities.