The pharmacy and medical administrative records requirements of the ICE Health Service Corps (IHSC) electronic medical records database are addressed by the following applications: The Pharmacy System (CIPS) is an application used to manage the inventory and dispensing of medicines within a containment facility.
IHSC uses a COTS pharmacy records management system specifically designed to optimize prison or prison pharmacies. The product provides fast and efficient prescription compounding and its fast and simple operation makes it easy to learn and operate with rapid training of new recruits and relief pharmacists. IHSC purchased the pharmacy records management system in 2004 and all 17 pharmacies within ICE detention facilities now operate the software. The system is configured as a client/server environment with COTS application and database servers hosted in a FedRAMP-approved cloud environment.
IHSC also uses the eMAR product, medication management software integrated with the pharmacy record keeping system. The software tracks detainee medications and provides key patient information that is sent to electronic medical records for patients at 18 of her ICE detention facilities.
The scope of this effort is to perform agile software development for solution integration and Tier 3 helpdesk support for Electronic Medication Records (eMAR) and pharmacy applications, subsystems, web services, and optional system extensions. am. Contractor Tier 3 support should include eHR resources with expertise in configuring remediation process flows from the vendor’s ancillary applications and system administration of those applications. Support includes assisting ICE government and technical support contract employees with eHR operations and maintenance (O&M). The onsite support resource shall have access to his eHR technical staff as needed. Certain services incorporated into electronic medical record database aggregation systems. Specifically, a pharmacy records management system integrated with medication management software that tracks the distribution of medicines to detainees. This data is sent to the detainee’s electronic health record.
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