EMR-Link™ provides universal provider-centric orders / results connectivity between clinics, lab vendors, other service providers, healthcare information exchanges (HIEs), and other repositories. EMR-Link supports workflow integration with several major EHRs and HL7 data integration with most others, along with out-of-the-box integration with numerous regional and national reference and hospital labs throughout the United States.
EMR-Link lets practices choose
whether to implement results only, orders only or both, and to add more functionality when they are ready. EMR-Link goes beyond traditional lab/diagnostic imaging interfaces by optimizing the workflow so that there is almost no additional effort to automatically route clean and complete orders to multiple labs and diagnostic imaging services from within the EHR. EMR-Link can return results directly to the ordering practitioner and automatically complete the order.
This leads to a high-quality orders / results exchange with fewer errors – and significant timesaving for both the clinic and service provider staff.
Connects Any Lab with Any Clinic with Any HIE EMR-Link works for clinics using any EHR, or none at all, to provide the tightest possible workflow integration.
- For EHRs that support tight integration, EMR-Link offers unparalleled workflow efficiency with medical necessity checking from within the EHR when the physician orders a test.
- For EHRs that support HL7 integration only, EMR-Link provides insurance-based routing and EHR-to-lab code mapping. Orders are checked against the lab’s splitting/AOE rules and checked for medical necessity compliance.
- And for clinics that have no EHR at all, Liaison Healthcare offers EMR-Link OrdersAnywhere™ - a web-based order entry and results with any practice that is part of the framework, whether the practice is using an EHR or not.
Once a lab, diagnostic imaging lab, or other service provider is fully connected, they can easily exchange orders and results with any practice that is part of the framework, whether that practice is using an EHR or not.
Once a practice or service provider is in the EMR-Link framework, the orders and results workflows have access to any Health Information Exchange (HIE) repository or framework that your institution is part of.