Clinicians, in hospital or in the community, can curate, reconcile, review and modify medications, while also generating prescriptions.

With medication data from physician prescriptions, community pharmacy dispensaries, and hospital discharge summaries - all aggregated in near real-time - healthcare providers gain an accurate, comprehensive view of a patient’s medication history in support of effective and safe care delivery.

Benefits of Medicines

Key Features

Managed List of Medicines

Managed List of Medicines provides the core medication data model, formulary management, prescription data integration and standardised medication APIs to manage an authoritative medication list. Medication terminologies specific to each region are imported and maintained. This will enable advanced clinical decision support to service the hospital and across the wider community.

Managed List of Medicines
Community Medicines

Community Medicines

Community Medicines is deployed as a core component of Orion Health Coordinate to enable care providers in the community to collaboratively manage a patient’s medications. All participants in the care team can contribute to maintaining an active medication list for the patient, and view prescription and dispensing information from disparate sources across the community. This enables community-based physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners and care coordinators to reconcile, review and prescribe medications where appropriate within a single integrated platform.

My Medicines

My Medicines, as part of Orion Health Engage, provides patients with access to view and self-manage their own medication record, and gives their Circle of Care members a complete view of their medication history. Patients can connect with their primary physician and other authorised care providers across the community, and all share a common view of the patient’s latest medication information. Patients have the ability to comment, question and review their prescription information, and add to their record, through the new self-prescribed ‘over the counter’ medications, and can record their adherence to their treatment plan.

My Medicines

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