Compulink Business Systems, Inc., a recognized leader in EHR and Practice Management for optometrists announced its support for the American Optometric Association’s MORE registry.
AOA MORE is a private, secure database that will integrate data from a doctor’s EHR to provide a systematic way of collecting real-time patient data and reporting data as needed. The data from AOA MORE will promote clinical improvement through self-benchmarking, outcomes and population analytics and will support increased access and scope of care.
Compulink was one of only three initial vendors selected by the AOA to integrate with its registry. As part of this integration, Compulink will provide an interface which allows for the extraction and transmittal of relevant data from Compulink’s Eyecare Advantage EHR and Practice Management software to the MORE registry.
“We’re very proud to partner with AOA in developing this registry. Enabling the thousands of providers who use our EHR, along with the 16 Colleges of Optometry we service to collaborate with each other and every other optometrist in the country is truly exciting,” stated Link Wilson, Compulink CEO.
Compulink is currently in development of this interface with the AOA, and expects to release the interface to its clients in the third quarter of 2015.
For more than 30 years, Compulink has been a recognized leader in EHR and Practice Management systems for the specialty practice. Offering the industry’s most flexible, most complete and best supported system, Compulink’s Advantage software is designed to improve patient outcomes and practice profitability. For more information, visit www.compulinkadvantage.com or call 800-456-4522.
About the American Optometric Association (AOA):
The American Optometric Association, a federation of state, student and armed forces optometric associations was founded in 1898. Today, the AOA is proud to represent the profession of optometry, America’s family eye doctors, who take a leading role in an individual’s overall eye and vision care, health and well-being. Doctors of optometry (ODs) are the independent primary health care professionals for the eye and have extensive, ongoing training to examine, diagnose, treat and manage disorders, diseases and injuries that affect the eye and visual system, providing two-thirds of primary eye care in the U.S. Recognizing the movement towards quality reporting and its value in improving health care outcomes, the AOA is proud to support the advancement of the profession through AOA MORE, Measures and Outcomes Registry for Eyecare. Visit AOA.org/MORE.