Medacist Solutions Group is the lead innovator in drug diversion analytics as evidenced by being granted the only U.S. patent for drug diversion. Our core initiative is to deliver actionable information focused on the medication use process to drive better patient safety outcomes for the clients we serve. All of our analytics suites - Genesis Analytics, RxAuditor Analytics, and ScripTrac Analytics - support that initiative. Using big data analytics and artificial intelligence the future of drug dispensing and prescription monitoring is Medacist.

Genesis Analytics

The Genesis analytics platform is an expert system built on a new engine quantified through a knowledge base comprised of over 20 years of industry exclusive ADS and EMR data from thousands of facilities across the country. This engine powers our machine learning algorithms developed to identify diversion through pattern recognition – learned and confirmed by actual diversion events and enriched by multiple other data sources.

RxAuditor Analytics

Medacist provides the RxAuditor analytics suite as a SaaS delivery model to the acute and long-term health care industry assisting its clients in a variety of ways through the following services: RxAuditor OnDemand, RxAuditor 360, and RxAuditor CPA.

As the innovator once again, Medacist advances to the next level. RxAuditor’s patented algorithm has recently been enhanced with artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, and predictive diversion targeting, which delivers the highest assurance metrics in the industry, unparalleled.

ScripTrac Analytics

When presented with the task of finding a solution to our nation’s opioid epidemic, Medacist answered with ScripTrac.

An analytics platform focused on provider prescription practice of controlled substances, ScripTrac was architect-ed with an advanced concentration on opioid prescribing. Our expertise in building laser-focused analytics allowed us to design a multipurpose platform to accommodate both healthcare prescriber and administration. ScripTrac offers service-based prescription monitoring, provider benchmarking, provider evaluation, and unparalleled predictive addiction targeting across the national healthcare spectrum.


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