ClinicTracker, a mental health EHR and practice management system, recently completed an electronic health information exchange (HIE) integration with its cloud communications partner.
SYRACUSE, N.Y., December 20, 2018 (Newswire.com) – While ClinicTracker already offers cloud faxing and Direct Secure Messaging, users can now connect with HIEs directly from within the ClinicTracker EHR. The HIE integration enables mental health practices and outside healthcare providers to exchange electronic patient documents such as medical history forms, lab results, medication lists, and treatment plans in a HIPAA-compliant manner.
“I’m pleased to offer our customers even more cloud communication capabilities,” said Joshua Gordon, president at ClinicTracker. “This integration is another step in our effort to make sure agencies that use our software have the tools they need to enhance care coordination, increase positive patient experiences, and decrease negative treatment outcomes.”
ClinicTracker’s HIE partner incorporates the Carequality Interoperability Framework. It lets diverse health information systems “talk” to one another, even though they are otherwise unrelated. Providers can now make faster and more informed clinical decisions with a full range of options that help them efficiently and securely share vital information about their mutual patients.
ClinicTracker is a robust, future-proof mental health and substance abuse EHR. Michael Gordon, a respected clinical psychologist, and Joshua Gordon, an award-winning software engineer, founded it in 2000. ClinicTracker EHR’s powerful software empowers your agency to succeed. ClinicTracker will automate many of your clinic routines, boost staff productivity, increase billing efficiency, and provide the tools you need to manage your clinic effectively. While mental health and substance abuse agencies are our main focus, our software is compatible with foster care agencies, social services, equine assisted therapy, university clinics, academic counseling, family counseling services, and eating disorder clinics.