WoundExpert has nearly 750 live interfaces in place, with that number growing monthly. One of the best strategies to maximize efficiency at your facility is to automate data transmission between software platforms.
Eliminate redundant data entry, reduce the chance for errors, and save time.
Interoperability is paramount for wound care facilities these days. Your patient data may need to be shared with other EHRs, another practice management system, or specialized clinical/device software.
What’s an interface?
A secure connection that increases the availability of patient information for care providers across disparate computer systems within the patient’s care continuum. Once systems communicate with each other, your facility can seamlessly transmit or exchange data—in real-time or as frequently as required.
WoundExpert interfaces offer:
» Health Level Seven (HL7) standard for hospital information systems
» HIPAA-compliant exchange of patient data
» Reliable, standardized delivery of patient data between systems
We connect you to the most common names in healthcare.
WoundExpert interfaces with dozens and dozens of individual systems, based on client needs. This includes some of the biggest names in healthcare IT that are most commonly used at facilities and hospitals.
» Healthcare Management Systems (HMS)
» McKesson Horizon Patient Folder (HPF)
» McKesson Star
» Siemens Soarian Clinicals
Available WoundExpert Interfaces
Admission / Discharge / Transfer (ADT) Interface:
Accepts real-time patient demographic, admission and discharge, and insurance information from your registration system into WoundExpert.
Generates financial transactions from WoundExpert’s SuperBill to your hospital or physician billing system, eliminating the need for duplicate data entry and decreasing coding expenses.
Clinical Documentation Interface:
Sends clinical results data from WoundExpert’s patient visit documentation to other information systems, providing a fully integrated medical record for storage and retrieval by multiple care providers.
Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA) Interface:
Automates the export or import of C-CDA documents for a discrete data representation of a wide range of clinical content, including medications, allergies and problem List.
Ordered Results Interface:
Sends ancillary service requests—such as lab and radiology orders—to the clinical system and receives fulfilled orders from the clinical system. Files the results in WoundExpert with the appropriate patient encounter.
Communicates real-time patient visit information from the hospital scheduling system to WoundExpert, including visit details and wound care physician information.
Imports provider transcriptions from an external transcription service into the WoundExpert Progress Note.
Unsolicited Results Interface:
Imports unsolicited results from ancillary services—such as lab and radiology services—and displays these results on the appropriate patient encounter.