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Drug-Drug Interaction Alerts Are Now Live in Meds 360°

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Drug interactions play a crucial role in the health and well-being of patients with chronic conditions (see: The Importance of Drug Interactions in Medication Management). From ADE’s, to unexpected readmissions and massive healthcare spends, we’ve only just started to understand the unintended consequences of this type of suboptimal medication management.

That’s why we’re excited to announce that our real-time medication management tool, Meds 360° now alerts on the most high-cost, prevalent, and high-impact drug interactions.

With Meds 360°, you’ll not only get a real-time view of the medications your patients are actually taking, but you’ll now be alerted to any potential risky combination, highlighting what may need to be an intervention with the patient.

Speak to a product specialist today. Schedule here. 


With an easily identifiable alert, quickly skim for purple to see any current interactions.


A starting point for an informed conversation with the patient, empowering you to get the whole story.

Take Action: 

With our real-time alerts, get ahead of potential adverse interactions before they happen.

If you are interested in learning more about Cureatr’s Meds 360° tool or Comprehensive Medication Management services, fill out a demo request here to talk to a specialist about how optimizing medication management could best be implemented at your organization.

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