ID Proofing for EPCS

Identity Verification and for Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances (EPCS)

Thank you for your interest in DxScript, our EPCS certified ePrescribing solution. In order to prescribe controlled substances electronically, the DEA requires two items: A one-time ID Proofing process to verify the prescribers’ identity and ongoing Two-Factor Authentication each time a provider writes a Schedule drug(s) for a patient.

Please keep in mind that we are happy to help you with any questions you may have along the way and please call us at 212-967-1944 or email us at customersupport@dx-web.com for assistance.

If you are ready to begin the first step in this process, please proceed to purchase your two-factor authentication license and optional hard token.  Following that, you will be guided through the ID proofing process.

Here is the link to get started: https://dxweb.advancedtsg.com.

Further reading on EPCS

The DEA Rule

While many states are adopting EPCS voluntarily, some states, like New York and Maine, Connecticut and Minnesota, have mandated that all prescriptions, including Scheduled medications, must be sent electronically. DxScript® electronic prescribing is certified by EHNAC for Electronic Prescription for Controlled Substances (EPCS) as per DEA Rule (75 FR 16236, March 31, 2010) [Docket No. DEA-218, RIN 1117-AA61] Read More

Our Security Partners

We have partnered with Symantec and Experian and designed an intuitive three step process to allow for healthcare providers to ID Proof and set-up Two Factor Authentication so that prescribers can write & send Schedule II-V medications electronically in the most efficient and cost effective manner.

To learn more about DxScript, our EPCS certified, Meaningful Use Compliant, cloud-based ePrescribing solution please go here or view and download the DxScript PDF here.