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  1. Thank you for this. You might also bring up with them the incomprehensible Narx Score, the poor formatting of the prescriber’s names (some just say “MSN” if its a NP, the use of email as login (some people have really long emails to have to type in), and that you still have several clicks to get to the patient request page. The last email I received from them also included statistics purporting to compare me to a poorly defined, and unbelievable, peer group. It seems inevitable that one would miss an occasional report. It would help immensely if they would set their threshold a little higher if their intent is truly to get the people who ‘never’ check OARRS. Otherwise, its just intimidation and a power play on their part.

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