Portland, OR (PRWEB) July 15, 2011
Ignis Systems' EMR-Link has been selected by Texas-based Final Support to provide all EMR-to-lab integration for their GE Centricity EMR customers across five states in the Southwest.
According to Kurt Dykema, President of Final Support, “EMR-Link gives us highly efficient tools and repeatable processes that enable us to deliver bi-directional EMR-to-lab integration in much less time and with more functionality.”
Says Suzette Hughes, Final Support's Director of Clinical Products: “Ignis focuses on practice workflow. They really make it convenient and easy for everyone in the practice, especially providers. EMR-Link works just like they do, minimizing the need for training and making deployment smoother.”
Ken Willett, President and CTO of Ignis Systems, says: “Final Support is the perfect partner for us. They bring their years of success in EMR implementation and adoption, and we strengthen that offering through the full bi-directional integration of over 80 lab and radiology facilities integrated through our EMR-Link integration hub.
With EMR-Link live at over 250 EMR sites and more than 4,000 physicians so far, EMR-Link is finding enthusiastic acceptance with providers and clinic staff. According to Dr. Carlos Hernandez of Southwestern Women’s Clinic in Eagle Pass, TX, “I have been able to catch and prevent mistakes before all requests are submitted electronically. The results are really fast. It's nice that I can check results from home to answer patients’ questions. EMR-Link is great!”
About Ignis Systems
Founded in 1999, Ignis Systems Corporation (http://www.ignissystems.com) provides physician-centric solutions that integrate orders and results within the clinic's EMR. Used at over 200 practices by over 4,000 physicians nationwide, EMR-Link features out-of-the-box integration to the leading national reference labs, and to regional and hospital labs throughout the U.S.
About Final Support
Final Support provides automated solutions for practice management and electronic medical records to over 4,000 doctors in Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming.