Physician Office Integration allows hospitals to electronically receive orders from physician office EMR systems and send patients' lab results, radiology reports, and other patient information to a physician office EMR system — providing caregivers a cost-effective way to exchange patient data.
by sending outpatient orders electronically from their EHR with a bi-directional exchange to the hospital. – Learn more
by eliminating the expense and inefficient method of faxing and phoning in patient orders.
by easily managing orders as they come into the hospital EHR.
by eliminating inefficiency and delays in processing orders and delivering results to clinicians.
made by manually entering patient data.
by exchanging ADT registration, orders, lab results, radiology, and departmental reports.
Certified to meet Meaningful Use, Stage 2, Menu Set Objective 6: Provide structured electronic lab results to ambulatory providers.
Physicians can enter outpatient orders right from their EMR and results are automatically sent back to physicians EMR system.
Advanced Work list streamlines the registration and provides flexibility in managing orders as they arrive in the hospital EHR.
Integrates with any Physician EMR system, HIE, or healthcare systems such as ED, PACS, surgical, and any other system with which you need to send and receive data.
Choose our experienced team of Project Managers and Systems Analysts for your integration to save time and money, and free your staff to concentrate on other important IT projects.
Physician Office Integration, version 2.0, has been certified on December 6, 2013 as an EHR Module, for Eligible Hospital, certification number is CC-2014-290560-13. This EHR module is ONC 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT®), an ONC-ACB, in accordance with the applicable Eligible Hospital certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Physician Office Integration, version 2.0, meets the following certification criteria: 170.314(b)(6) Transmission of Electronic Laboratory Tests and Values/Results; § 170.314(g)(1) Automated Numerator Recording; and § 170.314(g)(4) Quality Management System. The additional types of costs that an Eligible Hospital would pay to implement the Physician Office Integration version 2.0 in order to attempt to meet meaningful use objectives and measures include: MS SQL Licensing if required, and data storage and initial hardware investment. ONC CERTIFIED HIT® is a registered trademark of HHS