August 01, 2006 10:00 ET

RxNT First in Industry to Provide Medicare Part D Formulary Information

ANNAPOLIS, MD -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 1, 2006 -- RxNT, the nation's leading electronic prescribing system, is the first e-prescribing product in the industry to have comprehensive Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage) formulary information available to physicians at the point of care.

"This is a big step for our industry. We now provide physicians at the point of care with a tool to make cost-effective decisions about the medications they are prescribing for their Medicare Part D participating patients. This is something that doctors have been asking for and we believe will significantly improve patient satisfaction," said Randy Boldyga, President/CEO of RxNT.

More than 10,000 providers licensing RxNT within 47 states in the U.S. will now have the ability to choose a patient-specific Medicare Part D formulary plan from a finite list of locally available plans thus eliminating the need to search through a national list of plans. The Medicare prescription drug coverage formulary list, provided by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and updated monthly, allows RxNT providers to quickly identify formulary compliant medications during the prescription writing process. In addition, RxNT's easy-to-use medication search tool offers Medicare Part D formulary compliant alternatives by therapeutic class thus eliminating the typical hassles associated with selecting formulary substitutions.

About RxNT

RxNT is a national electronic prescription provider located in Annapolis, MD. Our high-caliber product reinforces patient safety by reducing error, drug incompatibility issues, and illegibility. RxNT can be found at or for more information please call us toll free at 800-943-RXNT.

About Medicare Part D

On January 1, 2006, new Medicare prescription drug coverage became available to everyone with Medicare. Everyone with Medicare can get this coverage that may help lower prescription drug costs and help protect against higher costs in the future. Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage is insurance. Private companies provide the coverage. Beneficiaries choose the drug plan and pay a monthly premium.

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