Apparently Nevada may institute email-based prescriptions sent to the pharmacy, which will eliminate hand-written prescriptions. This, they claim, will make the process more streamlined, and automatically check for interactions and generic availability, thus saving the patient money. The video has some guy stating that 5-6% of all scripts are filled incorrectly? Seems like a lot. I wonder if it would cut down on the abuse of narcotics and other meds by drug seekers. What do you all think? Here's the article.