As the market leader in specialty-specific, all-in-one EHR solutions, Compulink Healthcare Solutions has earned the ONC-Health IT 2015 Edition Cures Update Health IT certification that will come into effect in 2023. This includes the most recent interoperability standards essential for supporting compliance with the information-sharing requirements of the 21st Century Cures Act.
Compulink said that getting certified early shows how committed they are to making sure that their clients' solutions are in line with the many rules that require the use of certified EHR technology.
Compulink Advantage™ is an all-in-one database EHR solution that provides its clients with practice management, inventory management, patient portal, mobile patient engagement, ASC, E-Commerce, analytics, optical POS (for eyecare practices), and a billing (RCM) service option. The company offers complete EHR solutions for ophthalmology, optometry, orthopedics, otolaryngology, behavioral health, dermatology, gastroenterology, podiatry, pain management, physical therapy, audiology, and urology.
Drummond Group LLC, an authorized certification body, certified Compulink's EHR products (ACB). Drummond, testing for more than 20 years, has done more than 3,000 tests and certifications for health IT since 2010.
About the Certification
Compulink Advantage Version 12 complies with the 2015 Edition. It has been approved as such by an ONC-ACB based on the criteria for certification set by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not mean that the United States Department of Health and Human Services backs the product or service in question.
About the Compulink Healthcare Solutions
Compulink Healthcare Solutions
all-in-one EHR and practice management solution has helped specialty medical practices reduce costs, increase efficiency, and simplify the delivery of excellent patient care. Compulink is the leader in fully customizable EHR solutions that adapt to your practice style and is used by over 26,000 providers in over 4,700 locations, 70 ambulatory surgical centers, and 19 colleges and universities.