Liaison Technologies and SigmaCare collaborate to provide results for long-term care

Liaison Technologies, a provider of  cloud-based integration and data management offerings, announced their partnership with SigmaCare, an electronic health record (EHR) technology partner for long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC), and senior living providers. Liaison will connect SigmaCare customers to more than 140 labs and imaging vendors already integrated within the Liaison EMR-Link hub.

SigmaCare delivers best-in-class clinical software to the long-term and post-acute care and senior living markets, enabling providers to improve quality of care and financial results by driving down costs, increasing revenue, and reducing risk. Now, with Liaison’s expansive network of lab and imaging integrations, SigmaCare will be able to provide customers a greater selection of vendor integrations that support the ability to enter lab and imaging orders and review results seamlessly from within their EHR workflows.

“Building upon our dedication and expertise in interoperability, we are excited that EMR-link not only provides us with immediate access to Liaison’s extensive lab hub, but allows us to help our facilities get the access they need to their local and regional lab and imaging resources, especially those providing mobile services to the multiple facilities,” said Steve Pacicco, CEO of SigmaCare.  

Liaison’s EMR-Link operates within the framework of the Alloy Health Platform, the industry’s first dPaaS (data Platform as a Service) solution, which facilities the ordering and reporting of laboratory and imaging tests within a provider’s EMR. It is live at over 500 sites, supports 20,000 clinicians and 120 labs, and features mobile diagnostic vendors. EMR-Link goes beyond traditional lab/diagnostic imaging interfaces by optimizing and simplifying the clinical workflows to virtually eliminate order entry and chart matching errors, saving time and money for both long-term care facilities and the lab and imaging vendors.

“The ability to work with the mobile diagnostic vendors that are more prominent in serving the long-term care facilities is crucial in helping SigmaCare EHR users deliver faster, more accurate care to patients,” said Ken Willett, VP of Healthcare Strategy. “We are proud to be collaborating with such a respected and prominent EHR partner, and expect to see great strides in their mission.”

Alloy Health Platform, data Platform as a Service, dPaaS, interoperability, Liaison, long-term care, SigmaCare


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