Westlake Village – Compulink Business Systems, Inc., a leader in EHR and Practice Management systems for the specialty practice, announced it has joined DirectTrust.org.
DirectTrust.org is a non-profit alliance of 130+ Direct exchange providers and supporters of Direct messaging, for both providers and patients including EHR vendors. Its goal is to develop, promote and help enforce the rules and best practices necessary to maintain security and trust within the Direct community.
“We’ve joined DirectTrust to help ensure our solutions maintain the highest levels of security and interoperability when interacting with the larger Direct messaging healthcare community,” said Link Wilson, Compulink President and CEO.
The DirectTrust network now serves over 5,000 health care organizations and over 200,000 individual Direct users who are exchanging tens of thousands of Direct messages and attachments nationwide each month. With the new federal interoperability requirements for EHRs to be Direct enabled, the network will expand and these numbers exponentially increase during 2014.
“We’re very pleased to welcome Compulink as a member,” states David C. Kibbe, M.D., CEO of DirectTrust. “It is great to see leaders in EHR like Compulink step forward and commit to the development of a Trust Framework for the sharing of health information.”
For more than 30 years of experience, 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.
DirectTrust.org is a non-profit, competitively neutral entity created by and for participants in the Direct community, including HISPs, CAs and RAs, doctors, patients, and vendors. It supports both provider-to-provider as well as patient-to-provider Direct exchange. The goal of DirectTrust.org is to develop, promote and, as necessary, help enforce the rules and best practices necessary to maintain security and trust within the Direct community, consistent with the HITECH Act and the governance rules for the NwHIN established by ONC. DirectTrust.org is committed to fostering widespread public confidence in the Direct exchange of health information. To learn more, visit www.directtrust.org.