Ambulatory Care Solutions
Innovative, customizable health information system.
An increase in outpatient care means an expanded scope of practice for pharmacists. MöV provides you with ambulatory care solutions that include innovative, customizable tools in recognition of your more active role in managing increasingly complex medication regimens.
We also appreciate that an expanded scope of practice means you’re more pressed for time. MöV helps you increase efficiency, freeing you to focus on what you do best: care for patients.
- Easily set adjudication for single or batch billing
- Save time with Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology that supports patient-controlled refills
- Ensure automatic adherence to governmental regulation and requirements through an inventory management system that includes Track and Trace functionality, purchasing and stock replenishment
- Enhance your accountability and financial tracking with a robust inventory management platform
- Establish fidelity with narcotic/controlled substance agency reporting such as ASAP
- Save time by better managing clinical patient visits
- Adopt best-practice oncology protocols and workflows
BDM has worked closely with the Nova Scotia Health Authority for over 25 years, beginning with the implementation of an early version of its software at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre (QEII) in 1996. When it was time to transition to the Capital District Health Authority and, more recently, to the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), QEII turned to BDM to provide a solution that would support multiple facilities and distribution methods across the region at acute care, rehabilitation and ambulatory facilities. This productive relationship continues, with NSHA using BDM’s Pharmacy software to support ambulatory operations across multiple dispensing sites.
BDM facilitates the creation of various billing plan formulas and a variety of reports to allow for flexibility in many dispensing scenarios
Nova Scotia Health Authority dispenses an average of 150 ambulatory prescriptions a day to patients in various provincial programs and nursing homes throughout the province. BDM facilitates the creation of various billing plan formulas and a variety of reports to allow for flexibility in many dispensing scenarios.
Pharmacy Information Support Technician
Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre