A prescription record by MatchMyRx comes from the results of matching the conditions and medications of a patient, identifying uncoded conditions, off-label indications, controlled substances and other details that may affect a patients’ outcomes.
No Match means that a medication didn’t match with any of the patients’ conditions, which could mean that there’s an uncoded condition. Patients must ask their doctor when there’s an uncoded condition on their prescription record.
A missing diagnosis is when a chronic condition doesn’t match any of the medications prescribed by your doctor. MatchMyRx only matches one medication to the most appropriate condition, which means that one medication can be prescribed for multiple conditions but MatchMyRx will not match the medication to all of them. Patients must ask their doctor when there’s an uncoded condition on their prescription record.
An uncoded condition is when the doctor forgets to provide a specific diagnosis of the patient in the medical record. Uncoded conditions may affect a patients’ quality of care. Patients must ask their doctor when there’s an uncoded condition on their prescription record.
An off-label indication is when the doctor prescribes a medication for a condition that still hasn’t been approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
A controlled substance is a prescription medication that is regulated by the government, especially psychoactive substances.
A drug interaction is when two medications have similar or opposite effects between each other, resulting in a multiplying or cancelling each other’s therapeutic effects.