NEPSI

AcronymDefinition
NEPSINational Electronics Product Stewardship Initiative
NEPSINational ePrescribing Patient Safety Initiative
NEPSINortheast Power Systems, Inc.
NEPSINational Supervision and Inspection Center for Explosion Protection and Safety of Instrumentation (Shanghai Institute of Process Automation Instrumentation)
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Thanks to the efforts of NEPSI and others, e-prescribing is now easy for most practices to set up and use.
The companies that are paying for NEPSI see this as an investment in the future, said Glen Tullman, chief executive officer of Allscripts Inc.
There is recognition that a NEPSI agreement [isn't] possible until this is resolved.
The NEPSI offering also is supported by a growing number of academic medical centers, integrated delivery networks and physician groups across the U.
He is confident NEPSI will like what it sees in California, when the SB 20 program goes into effect Jan.
Catherine Wilt, NEPSI coordinator and policy director for the Center for Clean Products and Clean Technologies at the University of Tennessee, says the NEPSI dialogue has fostered greater understanding of the problems related to electronics disposal and a deeper appreciation of how these problems impact all stakeholders.
The NEPSI participants, or stakeholders, consist of 15 product manufacturers, 15 representatives from government agencies and 18 other participants ranging from environmental groups to trade associations and retailers.
As those following this issue might recall, at the March meeting, NEPSI participants reached a noteworthy decision--they agreed to work toward establishing a financing system that would, in some fashion, incorporate the costs of managing used electronic products into the purchase price of new electronic products.
The NEPSI coalition was created to bring electronic prescribing to physicians at no cost and reduce the risk of medication errors to our nation," said Tullman.