Simplifying Medication Reconciliation

Optimize patient safety by preventing drug-related risks with Synapse Platform's medication reconciliation solution.

AP-HP Sorbonne Université
Bordeaux University Hospital Center (CHU de Bordeaux)
AMELI
ANSM
APHP
Thériaque

Medication Reconciliation Improves Patient Safety

Medication reconciliation is essential to preventing medication errors and help patients adhere to their treatment.

It brings together all the key players involved in the patient’s health care treatment to optimize patient safety and strengthens coordinated care.

Medication Reconciliation Improves Patient Safety
of medication errors are believed to result from inadequate reconciliation in handoffs during admission, transfer, and discharge of patients¹.

40 %

of medication errors are believed to result from inadequate reconciliation in handoffs during admission, transfer, and discharge of patients¹.

of these medications errors are believed to result in harm for patients¹.

20 %

of these medications errors are believed to result in harm for patients¹.

Key Steps of Medication Reconciliation with Synapse

1. Fill in the patient record

1. Fill in the patient record

Add contact information, clinical issues, and contact information of their healthcare team.

2. Gather treatment information

2. Gather treatment information

Gather the information on medication from several sources.

3. Obtain the best possible medication history (BPMH)

3. Obtain the best possible medication history (BPMH)

BPMH is an exhaustive and pharmaceuticaly validated list of the patient’s medication.

4. Fill in the hospital prescription

4. Fill in the hospital prescription

Add all the drug treatments prescribed to the patient during their hospital admission.

5. Launch the pharmaceutical analysis

5. Launch the pharmaceutical analysis

Get access to a summary of all the potential iatrogenic drug events linked to the BPMH and/or the hospital prescriptions.

6. Generate medication reconciliation

6. Generate medication reconciliation

Compare the BPMH with the hospital prescription to detect any potential discrepancies that may or may not need pharmaceutical intervention.

Our partnership with AP-HP (Paris Public Hospitals) and Sorbonne Université

« Synapse Medicine has a dynamic, and reliable team with which we have been able to develop a digital, user-oriented medication reconciliation tool.
When doing medication reconciliation, the whole process of entering and interpreting the patient’s treatments often takes a long time. This is usually done on paper or in Excel spreadsheets, which can lead to errors. Our partnership with Synapse Medicine has allowed us to change the way we think about reconciliation: it is reassuring, and makes our job as conciliators so much easier. »

Why Synapse Platform as Your Medication Reconciliation Solution?

Increases Patient Safety

Increases Patient Safety

It makes patients’ drug treatments safer and improves coordinated care.

Detects Medication Errors

Detects Medication Errors

It decreases iatrogenic risk by automatically detecting discrepancies and/or medication errors.

Helps patients better understand their treatments

Helps patients better understand their treatments

Patients get more involved in their care and play a key role in the safety of their drug treatments.

Fosters HCPs collaboration

Fosters HCPs collaboration

It shares hospital pharmacists’ expertises with physicians, who can adjust the drug treatment according to any discrepancies detected.  

Check out our Medication Reconciliation Platform

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