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RxTran Releases Major Software Update

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Medford, MA (PRWEB) October 28, 2013

RxTran announces a complete update to its pharmacy translation software, bringing new enhancements to this patent-pending software as a service, facilitating communication between pharmacies and limited English proficiency (LEP) patients.

These updates make it even easier for pharmacies to print translated prescription directions for use (SIGs), auxiliary warning labels (AWLs) and patient education sheets bilingually and directly onto prescription labels or in supplemental forms for LEP patients.

RxTran spent the past year rewriting its software architecture to give users enhanced reporting and visibility. This enhancement also gives RxTran the ability to push out quarterly updates with ease.

This third update since RxTran was launched in 2010 brings a massive increase to the number of SIGs provided. RxTran increased the number of SIGs it covers from 60% to 98% of all prescription directions for use, and now covers virtually any SIG a pharmacist may encounter. It also includes multiple manufacturers’ auxiliary warning label data, enabling pharmacists to provide translated prescription information to non-English speaking patients.

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