Colorado: 2021 State EPCS Mandate
The deadline was July 1, 2021. Is your software ready?
RXNT Will Help You Comply in Colorado
On July 1st, physicians, physician assistants, advance practice nurses, podiatrists, and optometrists in Colorado must use electronic methods to prescribe all Schedule II, III, and IV medication prescriptions. Meanwhile, Electronic Prescribing for Controlled Substances (EPCS) mandates and legislation for dentists and practitioners in rural locations will take effect on July 1, 2023. As of April 2021, just 57% of Colorado prescribers are enabled. Is your practice equipped to handle the requirements?
Since 1999, RXNT has pioneered electronic prescribing software for ambulatory practices and has been EPCS-certified by the DEA since the 2010 legislation was enacted. What's that mean for you? A proven and affordable solution that will have you e-prescribing in 10 business days or less!*
*Write prescriptions within 10 days after you enroll and complete the self-paced training.
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Ready to see EPCS-certified eRx in action?
Get a first-hand look at how our integrated, EPCS-certified eRx software will improve how you prescribe and help you satisfy all controlled medication legislation in Colorado with an easy, virtual demo. Our friendly, no-pressure customer advisors will answer any questions and help evaluate your needs.
Used in healthcare organizations of all sizes, from small family clinics to large, multi-specialty practices—we offer flexible pricing options to make our tools accessible to almost any practice. Every product is backed by 24/7 cloud-based access, premium in-house support, and regular system upgrades.