NCPDP


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NCPDP

(National Council for Prescription Drug Programs) See healthcare IT.
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The records are then assigned a unique NCPDP Universal Patient Identifier.
Bidirectional HL7 to XML and NCPDP scripts to enrich support for ESB and SOA healthcare implementations, simplify validation and transformations
The NCPDP SCRIPT is the messaging standard used for communicating prescriptions and related information electronically among prescribers, community pharmacies and payers.
NCPDP members represent every segment of the pharmacy services sector, as well as other healthcare stakeholder groups.
NCPDP's Champion Award recognizes outstanding accomplishments or work to improve patient care by actively supporting NCPDP members and its initiatives.
NCPDP continues to EDvocate in both public and private sectors that there is a goldmine of functionality--capabilities that providers are clamoring for--already built into NCPDP standards.
Founded in 1977, NCPDP is a not-for-profit, ANSI-accredited, Standards Development Organization with over 1500 members representing virtually every sector of the pharmacy services industry.
There has been sustained momentum in adoption of the core transactions in the NCPDP SCRIPT Standard for ePrescribing, which include sending a new prescription, making changes, cancelling and renewing prescriptions, as well as other transactions such as fill status notifications, medication history and census exchanges.
NCPDP is an ANSI-accredited standards development organization which promotes openness, consensus and collaboration among healthcare and pharmacy stakeholders.
In a letter to the FDA, NCPDP cautioned about the impact such a change would have on the standard operating procedures inherent in the health care system.