Control the order, control the cost.
Liaison’s EMR-Link™ ambulatory CPOE solution delivers outstanding ROI by virtually eliminating errors and write-offs for labs and practices. EMR-Link helps healthcare organizations control costs in an ACO setting through outcomes-based decision support for lab ordering and elimination of redundant tests.
EMR-Link solves lab/EHR connectivity challenges across your organization by providing cloud-based infrastructure to connect providers and patients across your organization with the lab services they need.
Our rapid, repeatable implementation process brings practices live quickly while reducing IT and administrative costs. Once a lab connection is set up, adding practices is virtually plug-and-play.
EMR-Link facilitates compliance with requirements to participate in data repositories by providing a cost-effective means of populating repositories with lab order and result data.
Compete and win with EMR-Link.
Liaison’s EMR-Link™ is the orders/results connectivity solution that helps your organization 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.
EMR-Link 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 you increase utilization and retain physician loyalty by using the same physician-friendly workflow for all types of orders and results, including labs, radiology, cardiology and referrals.
More engagement, better care.
Liaison EMR-Link™ helps providers in your organization deliver better care by providing faster, more accurate results in a patient-friendly, multilingual, easily annotated format. These enhanced results can be securely shared among the care team, contributing to better outcomes and lower readmissions.
EMR-Link integrates easily with your patient portal for enhanced patient engagement and satisfaction. And Liaison’s customized data analytics and reporting support effective management of disease populations.