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Liaison Healthcare to Ease the Compliance with Federal Healthcare IT Requirements

By CIOReview | Thursday, June 5, 2014

FREMONT, CA: Liaison Healthcare, provider of secure cloud-based integration and data management services and solutions, announced that EMR-Link, its cloud-based lab/EHR (electronic health record) interoperability solution, has released over the past year new functionality designed to ease compliance with Federal healthcare IT requirements.

The new functionality, bundled under the name Compliance Plus, makes it easier for labs and clinics to comply with Federal requirements around Meaningful Use Stage 2, LOINC coding, and patient lab results reporting. In addition, the new functionality eases the required transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 diagnosis codes, which was recently delayed by Congress from this year to 2015 to give providers and payers more time to prepare.

As a lab outreach solution, EMR-Link gives labs the functionality to meet and exceed the EHR Meaningful. Use requirements of the practices they serve. In addition, it supports patient engagement by giving providers the ability to securely share patient-friendly multilingual lab results that can easily be customized, annotated, and integrated into patient portals adopted by the practices.

Other recent enhancements to EMR-Link improve lab outreach and clinical workflows, such as mobile results, results bundling, order splitting, and the ability to monitor the flow of data between the lab and clinic, with notification if the connection goes down.

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