This partnership aims to expand MedBridge’s current network of integrations to include leading EMRs, enabling healthcare professionals to quickly collect and record accurate patient information, saving time, and standardizing care coordination, according to a media release from MedBridge.
“For healthcare professionals, interoperability between their EMR and patient engagement solution will be essential to improving outcomes through a holistic, patient-centered approach,” said Justin Kowalchuk, MedBridge founder and CEO. “We are excited to partner with Redox to significantly expand our EMR integration capabilities and further support our clients across all healthcare settings.”
This increased interoperability allows MedBridge users to quickly create and assign Home Exercise Programs, and more easily document within their EMR, without interrupting their workflow.
“This partnership with MedBridge opens up new possibilities for thousands of healthcare organizations to enjoy both an increase in workflow efficiency and optimized transfer of secure patient information,” says Niko Skievaski, co-founder and president of Redox, in the release.
[Source(s): MedBridge, Business Wire]