You will receive an alert if your chosen drug belongs to the same drug class as one that potentially interacts with another drug in this patient’s regular drug list.
You will receive an alert if your chosen drug belongs to the same drug class as one that is contraindicated with a condition in the problem list (including pregnancy and breastfeeding).
Press [Yes] to continue with the prescription or [No] to select another drug.
n.b. Set your preferences in the Staff Editor to determine which severity, action required and evidence level is required to trigger an alert.
Select a different page letter from the popup list to print items on separate pages:
Other print options in this popup include:
You can save these print options in the Edit Drug Screen.
These options are saved with regular drugs.
Click on [Prescribe] to add to a prescription now
or Click on [Regular] to add this drug to your regular drug list
Prescriptions are annotated with a code indicating the patient’ chemist co-payment category.
If your practice has a Low Access capitation contract you must indicate this in your practice settings. Select Our Practice(s) from the Tools menu. Select your practice from the results and press OK. In the Settings tab, enter the Value Y next to the Low Access Practice setting.
MyPractice is fully compatible with the MOH e-prescription service
Please contact our helpdesk if you are ready to turn on this functionality
There is no additional cost for this service
Prescriptions can be sent directly to the patient’s preferred pharmacy (by email)
e-prescribing must be enabled
This must be done by the actual prescriber themselves.
Select a Pharmacy from the list or enter the chemist’s name into the search box
Chemists are displayed from your contacts list and Healthlink’s Directory (Orange background)
Select one with an email address
The Name of the selected chemist or email is displayed
When you complete the consultation (Press [Finish]) to press [Print] you will be prompted to confirm sending this script to the chemist by email