Net Health, a provider of software solutions for specialized outpatient care, which recently acquired the Rehab Documentation Company (ReDoc), has released data regarding the most frequent software systems its WoundExpert EHR interfaces with in clinical settings nationwide. These software systems include Cerner, Epic, Healthcare Management Systems (HMS), McKesson Horizon Patient Folder, McKesson Star, MEDITECH, and Siemens Soarian Clinicals. WoundExpert is a leading clinical documentation and EHR software in the US wound care industry.

A company news release reports that Net Health software interfaces are engineered to facilitate interoperability and the visibility of patient data across care settings by exchanging or transmitting data across disparate platforms, using HIPAA-compliant methods to protect personal health information, and meeting HL7 (Health Level 7) standards for hospital information systems.

In the release, Net Health Chief Technology Officer Christopher F. Hayes emphasizes that, “With interoperability being a paramount obligation for us, our interfaces accomplish two important goals. They increase efficiency by eliminating redundant data entry work, and they allow facilities to employ specialized software where it’s needed. Specialized software, like ours, is necessary to accommodate for functional gaps in large enterprisewide systems that can’t accommodate unique clinical workflows.”

The release notes that WoundExpert is built to provide eight primary types of interfaces. These include ADT (Admission/Discharge/Transfer), Billing, C-CDA (Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture), Clinical Documentation, Ordered Results, Scheduling, Transcription, and Unsolicited Results.

[Source: Net Health]