Electronic Solutions for Medication Administration, Reporting, and more!

Medication Administration Records (MAR) module provides users with a tool to effectively and easily track medications for an Individual. With MAR, users can schedule and add comments to medications and treatment records, and export MAR reports in PDF with current medications and treatments on a monthly basis.

  • Track Scheduled Medications, Treatments
  • View Due and Overdue Medication Lists
  • Get Monthly Administration Reports
  • Receive Real-Time Notifications

Reference Data for Reducing Medication Errors

  • Allergies
    Known allergies are listed for quick checks.
  • Medical Contacts
    List of physician contacts, hospitals for reference or emergencies.
  • Medical Diagnoses
    Current diagnoses of an Individual.
  • Dietary
    Guidelines regarding an Individual’s diet.
  • Drug Database
    Details of each medication from First DataBank are available for cross reference.

Interface with Industry Standard Drug Database- First DataBank

Medication History and MAR interface with an industry standard drug database First DataBank – one of the World’s most comprehensive and trusted drug knowledge bases.

This provides easy access to relevant drug information including:

  • Drug Image
  • Drug Identification
  • Dosage Information
  • Precautions
  • Drug Disease Contraindications
  • Side Effects
  • Monographs

This substantially lowers the risk associated with medications and leads to improved clinical decision and better Individual care.

The MAR includes the following reference data, along with color coding of the administration date and time areas to reduce the chances of medication errors.

Mobile MAR

The MAR tool on Therap for Mobile applications allows users to record administrations, view daily scheduled medications, and navigate to scheduled medications for other dates. The MAR tool allows entry of administration of PRNs and treatments as well.

The app connects individual’s allergy records, diagnoses and medical contacts. Drug details and images are available from First DataBank.

Progress Notes
Individual Demographic Form (IDF)
Health Records