MTBC Releases New Version of MTBC iRx, its Apple® Approved E-prescribing App

SOMERSET, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- MTBC, a Unique Healthcare IT Company, has released a new version of MTBC iRx, its Apple® approved e-prescribing application for the iPhone™, iPad™ and iPod Touch™. The new and improved version of MTBC iRx allows physicians to submit prescriptions, approve or deny refill requests, receive automatic adverse interaction warnings and access chart summaries—right through their Apple® mobile devices. In addition, providers can now call patients or pharmacies from directly within the app.

This most recent upgrade of MTBC iRX is the product of MTBC’s ongoing commitment to provide innovative, affordable technology solutions to healthcare providers and practices across the nation. MTBC iRx is just one of the many new technologies developed by MTBC to meet the ever-changing needs of its growing client base.

To learn more about MTBC iRx and view a brief demonstration video, please click here. MTBC iRx is available for download in the Apple® App Store.

About MTBC

Founded in 1999 and based in Somerset, N.J., MTBC performs revenue cycle and practice management services for healthcare providers across the country. Its end-to-end medical billing solution—offered at only 5% of monthly collections—presents a service suite that is unmatched in the industry for its scope and value. Features of MTBC’s 5% plan include MTBC EMR 5.0 (an ONC-ATCB certified ambulatory EHR), automated appointment reminders, real-time online insurance eligibility verification, a customized practice website with online patient scheduling, e-prescribing, lab connectivity and more. These features augment MTBC's web-based billing platform, which includes numerous practice management tools, financial reporting capabilities, online patient scheduling and secure online access to all claims and patient information.

To learn more about MTBC’s comprehensive billing, practice management and EHR solution, please visit www.mtbc.com or call (866) 266-MTBC (6822).

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