Compulink Business Systems, a recognized leader in EHR and Practice Management for ophthalmology, will demonstrate the latest enhancements to its Ophthalmology Advantage system at the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s annual meeting in Chicago.
Among the key innovations is OneTab-a single tab exam layout that allows providers to easily view and document the exam from one screen.
Used by 10,000 providers nationwide, Compulink’s single database solution supports the entire practice workflow—clinical, business, and surgical center—to maximize efficiencies, increase profitability, and to support the complex reporting needs of the new MACRA/MIPS payment programs reporting starting in January 2017. Features include EHR, billing, scheduling, E-Prescribing, ASC, optical, patient engagement tools, telemedicine, and RCM services.
“With the shift to value-based care and MACRA/MIPS, it’s not just about finding an EHR you like anymore,” said Link Wilson, CEO and founder of Compulink.
“You need to look under-the-hood and make sure the system can automate and manage the complex reporting needs of these new programs. Our single-database architecture and task automation features like PracticeWatch™ will guarantee that our clients will be able to transition to these new payments models, avoid penalties and maximize incentives.”
“We were looking to replace two separate systems with a single, integrated solution that would let us manage our entire business enterprise, including our surgery center and optical. Additionally, we’re looking to make the switch fairly quickly with minimal disruption to our providers, staff, and patients,” said Rafael Trespalacios, Owner and Medical Director at Brevard Eye Center.
“We are impressed with Compulink’s ability to address the needs of our entire practice, with a single, easy-to-use system. This combined with their project management and training expertise in helping practices of our size make a smooth migration and their long standing commitment to ophthalmology made it an easy choice for us.”