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CPS utilizes pharmacy technology to optimize accuracy, reduce discrepancies, and enhance client communication.

CPS believes that technology can further augment the services that we provide.  We have been an early adopter of advanced pharmacy technology and use that technology to optimize accuracy, reduce discrepancies, enhance client communication, capture ancillary charges and save time spent on maintaining pharmacy software requirements allowing more time for nursing to deliver quality care to their patients.  However, CPS never relies on technology to distract our team from service, quality of care and personal commitment. 

Contract Pharmacy Services has interface capabilities with the following:

  • All major eMAR/EHR platforms used in Long Term Care facilities such as Point Click Care, Answers on Demand (AOD/MatrixCare), American Data ECS, Blue Step (iMAR), and HealthMEDX (Vision)
  • Stand Alone eMAR options such as QuickMAR and ExactMed/iMAR
  • Electronic orders direct from the prescriber via SureScripts
  • Many leading eMAR/EHR platforms used in Corrections such as AccuFlo, Archonix, CorEMR, CorrecTek, eClinicalWorks, Health Data Systems, GE Centricity, and NextGen

Contract Pharmacy Services also offers our Long Term Care facilities access to price quotes for pre-admission screening through CPSLink, a web-based portal accessible from your facility.  Please contact us for more information about how pre-admission screening can help save money and benefit your facility. 


CPS has developed a proprietary computerized physician ordering entry (CPOE) system called eCorrRx, designed to eliminate the time spent by nursing staff to transcribe orders to pharmacy order sheets and Medication Administration Records (MARs). eCorrRx was designed to allow nursing and medical staff to be more productive, thereby allowing more time for patient care. eCorrRx gives physicians the ability to write prescriptions electronically and transmit them directly to the pharmacy for processing, thus eliminating errors caused by interpretation and manual transcription of physician’s orders. This innovative technology brings correctional healthcare to an exciting, innovative new level.