MedWrench – Your Online Community

MedWrench is your online community to ask questions and share information about specific medical equipment you work with every day. MedWrench is a resource and sharing network for users of medical equipment. You can get answers, find information and read what others think about the equipment they use. It is free to join and easy to keep informed.

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ADL Receives Surescripts Certification

Adl has received Surescripts Certification for NCPDP’s SCRIPT Version 2017071 ePrescribing. This certification permits  Adl order entry Orders to participate and communicate with members of the Surescripts Network. Facilities using Adl Order Entry application can submit/change/cancel Rxs for Patients/Residents discharged to the community.

Surescripts is an Arlington, Virginia based information technology company that supports e-prescriptions, the electronic transmission of prescriptions between health care organizations and pharmacies, as well as general health information exchange of medical records.

The Surescripts Network Alliance unites virtually all electronic health records (EHR) vendors, pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), pharmacies and clinicians, plus an increasing number of health plans, long-term and post-acute care organizations, specialty hubs and specialty pharmacy organizations.

For more information on Scripts Version 2017071 download:


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Mirroring Your Samsung Phone to Your PC

Newer Android phones, Samsung’s Flow app lets you connect to your computer.

Using this app is simple,. Here are the basic steps you need to take:

1.       Download the application from the Samsung Store
2.       Install the Application on Your Computer.
3.       Search on the Google Store for the Samsung Flow App
4.       Install It on Your Phone
5.       Make Sure Both Devices Are Connected to the Same Wi-Fi Network

With these settings in place, you can use your phone to select the best mirroring option for you.

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NCPDP Releases Enhancements to NCPDP Standards

NCPDP has released enhancements to the following existing standards that are available to members in the Member Portal.

  • Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) Reporting Standard Implementation Guide Version 13
  • Real-Time Prescription Benefit Standard Version 10
  • SCRIPT Standard Implementation Guide Version 2020101
  • Specialized Implementation Guide Version 2020101
  • XML Standard Version 2020101

The web-enabled External Code List (ECL) and the Data Dictionary for October 2020 were also published and are available to members via the Member Portal on the NCPDP website or to non-members designated as a proxy by a member.


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  • It’s a web-based file viewing program.
  • It does not require any software to be installed.
  • Apart from uploading files and converting them in the desired format, you can also simply view files in unrecognized formats.
  • Supports a large variety of formats including JPEG, Open Office Documents, PDF, PNG, PSD and Word files.