Right Drug. Right Dose. Right Now.
YouScript can help payers and accountable care organizations (ACOs) meet the Triple Aim of improving population health, patient experience, and reducing the per-capita cost of health care.
The YouScript Precision Prescribing Platform is the only tool that allows providers to “test drive” potential medication before making a final decision to eliminate trial and error practices.
“YouScript utilizes state of the art analytics and algorithms to identify patients at risk for an adverse drug event on both a retrospective and real time basis. And the studies are there to validate its effectiveness in the clinical setting to reduce unnecessary and dangerous prescribing.”
former President and Chief Executive Officer, Highmark BCBS
“With this tool, no longer is it a trial and error proposition as to what drug and dose to prescribe; we can now do it more scientifically with a much better outcome for the patient.”
J.E. Block, MD, FACP
“It is the most useful and helpful tool I use for my daily work. It is really a pleasure to work with it.”
Senior Scientist Medical Information, Lilly Deutschland
“This technology is the start of a revolution in our specialty.”
Dr. David Durham. MD
“If truly everybody — all the healthcare providers are going to get on board with reducing hospital readmissions, this is a great tool to make that happen.”
Dr. Dave, MD
Cave City Nursing Home
“It’s really helped a lot. I just really see that it’s changing the way I’m practicing”
Dr. Pamela Black, MD
“I feel that YouScript is a really important safety tool that is underutilized nationally.”
Jesse Goodman, MD
“The integration of pharmacogenomic results into the electronic health record is a key step in the promise of precision medicine to improve patient care. By connecting electronically, YouScript and Epic are delivering on this promise.”
Dr. Michael Raff
Director of the Genomics Institute, Multicare Health System
Every patient is unique, the crowd is immeasurably large and the patients pass by just as quickly.
How do you reliably predict which patients are likely to have an adverse drug event from a “standard” prescription? How do you apply personalized care to a busy, moving population?