Active medications TSV import

Active medications import

Load your new RXNT account with active medications from your legacy system! Simply follow the steps below to get started.

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Create your file

Medication data should be shared in a TSV (tab-delimited) file. Below is a list of the required data elements. 

  • Patient account number (EMR Chart#/External PatientID to match patient)
    • The maximum character limit is 15 characters.
  • Patient Instructions
    • The maximum character limit is 210 characters.
  • RxNorm ID (RxNorm ID to match drugs in Drug DB)
  • Drug name
    • The maximum character limit is 140 characters.
  • Quantity amount (numeric value)
  • Quantity units (values outlined in NCPDP portal, reference here)
  • Refills (numeric value < 99)
  • Comments
    • The maximum character limit is 210 characters.
  • IsPRN (Boolean 0-false / 1-True)
  • PRN Description
  • Use generic (Boolean 0-false / 1-True)
  • Ordering Physician NPI (to match provider)

Send files to RXNT

Prior to uploading medications, data all physician and patient information should be loaded into RXNT. We offer a secure, HIPAA-compliant Send File tool that Practice Administrators can access from the RXNT Dashboard.

  • Log into RXNT and select Utilities in the upper right. Select Send File.

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  • Click Choose Files.

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  • Browse to the appropriate file, select it, and click Open to add it to the upload tool.
  • Add a description for the file (optional), and click Upload to send the file to our integration team who will be automatically notified and begin processing your import.

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  • Uploaded files will appear in the Past Uploads list at the bottom of the screen.

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Data Import

The average time to get patient medications imported into the RXNT system varies between a few days to 2 weeks depending on the file size.

 

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