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The Prescription Assistance Program (PAP), also referred to as Medication Assistance Program allows qualified patients to apply to pharmaceutical companies requesting needed medication for free.

DataNet Solutions provides Patient Assistance Program software to assist in the management of these programs for your patients.

MedServices WebPAP - This is a web based Patient Assistance Program service available to medical professionals who wish to assist their patients in ordering their medications online. No software is required to be installed on your local computer. You only need a web browser and internet connection. Our web based Patient Assistance Program software offers the following:
MedServices Central EMR version 5 is a secure, real-time, point-of-care, patient-centric application, electronic medical records package specifically designed for Free Medical Clinics, Safety Net Clinics, Volunteers in Medicine Clinics, Faith Based  Medical Clinics .Federally Qualified Healthcare, Community Healthcare Centers, Medical Universities and any other facility that serve the underinsured and uninsured population.
The multi-site feature of the MedServices product line is the ability to have a central server database for a group of different clinics. MedServices is currently in operation in a couple of states using this feature. A state association may purchase MedServices Central EMR and make it available to all their clinics in the state. Each clinic will only have access to their data while association officials may report on all the data collectively or individually by county, city, clinic etc.

Call us or contact us to schedule time to demonstrate our Certified Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Software. It is easy to implement, offers best value & comes with personalized right for your specialty. Call us today for fast tracking your EMR implementation program.

The Prescription Assistance Program (PAP), also referred to as Medication Assistance Program allows qualified patients to apply to pharmaceutical companies requesting needed medication for free.

DataNet Solutions provides Patient Assistance Program software to assist in the management of these programs for your patients.

MedServices WebPAP - This is a web based Patient Assistance Program service available to medical professionals who wish to assist their patients in ordering their medications online. No software is required to be installed on your local computer. You only need a web browser and internet connection. Our web based Patient Assistance Program software offers the following:
MedServices Central EMR version 5 is a secure, real-time, point-of-care, patient-centric application, electronic medical records package specifically designed for Free Medical Clinics, Safety Net Clinics, Volunteers in Medicine Clinics, Faith Based Medical Clinics, Federally Qualified Healthcare, Community Healthcare Centers, Medical Universities and any other facility that serve the underinsured and uninsured population.
The multi-site feature of the MedServices product line is the ability to have a central server database for a group of different clinics. MedServices is currently in operation in a couple of states using this feature. A state association may purchase MedServices Central EMR and make it available to all their clinics in the state. Each clinic will only have access to their data while association officials may report on all the data collectively or individually by county, city, clinic etc.

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Call us or contact us to schedule time to demonstrate our Certified Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Software. It is easy to implement, offers best value & comes with personalized right for your specialty. Call us today for fast tracking your EMR implementation program.

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This article was published on 2012/02/11