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Authorize Provider for EPCS

Updated: 07/07/2023|Views: 28316

After completing EPCS enrollment, authorize providers to ePrescribe controlled substances in Tebra. A System Administrator and the prescribing provider with their EPCS token and passphrase is required to complete the process.

Warning_Icon.png Important Note: The System Administrator must be an individual who knows the provider and is not the provider themselves. If you are a single provider practice, per the EPCSGolds LAC Guide, this individual can be a son, daughter, neighbor, spouse, or significant other as long as they know the provider and are over the age of 18. This step must be completed before accessing Logical Access Control or LAC.

Warning_Icon.png Disclaimer: Failure to follow these steps may result in deactivation of your EPCS privileges until such time as you re-complete the identify proofing process (IDP) for EPCS. IDP includes, but is not limited to, background/credit check(s), hard/soft token activation, and new EPCS LAC activation.

Access Electronic Prescribing

The System Administrator who is not the provider themselves must be logged into Tebra to complete these steps.

  1. Hover over the User icon and click on Practice Settings. The Practice Settings page opens.
  2. Click Clinical. Additional setting options expands.
  3. Click Electronic Prescribing. The Electronic Prescribing page opens.
  4. Click Manage Controlled Prescribing. The Logical Access Control page opens.

Authorize Provider

  1. Click to select "Active" to activate EPCS for the prescribing provider.
    Note: If the prescriber's name is not available for activation, contact Tebra Enrollments for further assistance.
  2. The System Administrator enters their First and Last name.
  3. Enter the prescribing provider's Individual NPI, then click Validate.
  4. Once validated, select a Device from the drop-down.
  5. The prescribing provider enters the passphrase created during EPCS user registration.
  6. The prescribing provider enters the Pin from the token.
    Tip_Icon.png Tip: If the PIN is about to expire, wait for the next PIN to generate to avoid repeating this step.
  7. Click Authorize. The provider is now ready to start ePrescribing controlled substances.
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