Perfectly Fitted Interoperability Means Everyone's Needs are Met
Specialized wound care documentation supports effective treatment plans, preserves continuity of care, and promotes compliance and accurate billing.
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Fully interoperable solution that works with your
hospital information systems (HIS)
With Net Health Wound Care your wound care facility can expect to measure improved patient and wound outcomes, drive compliance and reimbursement, boost workflow efficiency, and ensure documentation and billing data are always in order
Integrating solutions yields even better results, including:
Comprehensive reporting suite to monitor patient and wound outcomes
Advanced wound imaging and analytics with Tissue Analytics' mobile wound app
Increased compliance with everything you need to document and report MIPS data to CMS
Our most widely used EHR integration:
Tissue Analytics reduces the rates of hospital-acquired pressure ulcers (HAPUs) and improves wound care documentation workflows by deploying advanced wound analysis…
Net Health Wound Care | Tissue Analytics
The Tissue Analytics interface saves you time and revolutionizes the deployment process using FHIR.
Tissue Analytics intelligently leverages FHIR profiles to streamline the implementation process.
SEAMLESS DATA TRANSFER
TA's bi-directional interface technology and SSO capabilities ensure that users never need to double document.
FULLY EMBEDDED INTERFACE
TA leverages SMART on FHIR to embed its web application in the EHR so clinicians can easily manage their patients in a native environment.
Equipped with FHIR technology and an active HL7 interface engine, Tissue Analytics only requires networking resources to integrate.
I love the integration of WoundExpert with our hospital's Cerner system! It makes charting from a wound care position easy while integrating notes for other providers in other departments readily easy for review!
Jessica J., Billing Specialist
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