The e-prescription was accepted rather badly than right, the project was approached rather mediocre. And that’s putting it diplomatically. What is certain, however, is that the e-prescription is already supported and can be used by numerous pharmacies. In order to get a better overview, the executive gematik is now showing at a Germany map all pharmacieswho claim to be “e-prescription-ready”. The map is based on information on the e-prescription status provided by the pharmacies in the portal of the German Pharmacists’ Association (DAV). Previously, this information could only be called up via the gematik e-prescription app.
According to the current status of the card, e-prescriptions can already be redeemed at around 4,500 pharmacies via the app or on site. Another 4,500 pharmacies are technically equipped and prepared, and according to statements from individual manufacturers, further pharmacies are planned to be equipped in the coming weeks. It should be noted here that the information on the card is only as accurate as that of the pharmacies themselves. It must be explicitly stated in the pharmacy portal that the e-prescription can be processed. The map is updated once a week. According to gematik, it can take up to seven days for a pharmacy to be marked on the map.
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