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Centipede Advantage Software: what is it?

Centipede Advantage Software: what is it? Featured

Centipede Advantage Software is a software system designed to help providers in their pharmacological and medical approach to treating their patients ailments and pains through pharmaceuticals and treatment plans.

It is intended to assist providers, by making available to them, the most recent studies and the latest medical guidelines on illnesses and on a patient by patient basis. 


Factors such as current prescriptions, current age, current med metabolization factor, med contraindications with current med regimen, possible med lab interference, current state of patients disease, and others are all right there in front of the provider, so that he or she can make their decision as to what can and cannot be prescribed to the patient. The system informs the the provider and acts as a sort of safeguard for the provider when making the decision to prescribe a med or treatment at given stage of a patients illness. Proper med, proper dosage, proper standard warning labels, proper treatment, etc. all of these things are readily available to the provider as the information is inputted.


And, it's easy to update and save patient profiles, as you work. This system is exactly what providers need as an assistance in treatment and to combat work fatigue.





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About Centipede Software

Centipede® Software 1.1 custom LEGS® (Logistical Evaluation Gathering System) is a multifunctional relational database engine that is designed to compare intrinsic and extrinsic factors that are associated with current patient health and put them into a summary to help clinicians expedite accurate clinical decisions for proper case management. The flexible design incorporates various needs for specialty practices, including: private physicians, hospitals, pharmacies, insurance carriers, ACOs (Affordable Care Organizations), PBMs (pharmacy benefit managers), laboratories, long-term care facilities and any other discipline that requires result driven analysis of labs, medication regimens, patient demographics and active or potential disease state identifiers.