EMR-Link™: Orders and results made easy.
Live at over 2000 sites and supporting over 30,000 clinicians and 300 labs/radiology service providers, EMR-Link is the computerized physician order entry (CPOE) solution that clinicians love because it works the way they do.
EMR-Link lowers costs across the healthcare system by connecting clinics that use any EHR (or none yet) with any diagnostic service provider via an efficient workflow that reduces errors, rework and redundant tests.
With CPOE functionality that exceeds Phase 2 requirements for Meaningful Use, EMR-Link simplifies compliance with federal incentives and requirements.
In a world where physicians increasingly see the EHR as their “clinical cockpit,” EMR-Link helps labs be more competitive by offering a provider-centric order and result workflow that reduces operational costs for labs and clinics alike by generating clean, complete orders from clinics that use any EHR—or none yet.
EMR-Link’s proven technology and ease of implementation helps labs simplify EHR outreach and respond proactively to the rising tide of EHR adoption, making it easy to comply with Federal requirements and control costs in an ACO.
EMR-Link offers unparalleled workflow efficiency and integration with clinical workflows, virtually eliminating errors that cause rework and delays. It improves patient care by providing faster, more accurate results, enhancing patient involvement and coordination with the care team.
For Healthcare Organizations
Liaison’s EMR-Link is the orders/results connectivity solution that helps HCOs compete and win by using a physician-centric workflow to connect clinics that use any EHR (or none yet) with in-house lab/radiology services. It delivers strong ROI and lowers operating costs across the system by delivering clean, complete orders—eliminating errors, redundant tests, and reimbursement problems.
EMR-Link helps increase patient engagement and improve care, and makes it easy for healthcare organizations to meet federal requirements for Meaningful Use and participation in data repositories.