News | December 29, 2014

Merge and NextGen Partner to Provide Advanced Imaging Interoperability

iConnect Network partnership enables electronic image ordering to improve workflow, reduce costs and meet regulatory requirements

December 29, 2014 — Merge Healthcare Incorporated announced a partnership with NextGen Healthcare to address significant challenges facing healthcare organizations, such as provider relations and inefficiencies in the medical image ordering process.

Merge and NextGen will link their interoperability platforms enabling NextGen Share customers to send electronic imaging orders and receive imaging reports from Merge iConnect Network customers. The combined solution will facilitate the successful transmission of orders and encourage patients to follow through on imaging appointments. Merge’s advanced interoperability solution for the exchange of medical imaging data will also enable NextGen clients to further streamline workflow, reduce costs and meet Meaningful Use (MU) requirements.
 

For more information: www.nextgen.com, www.merge.com

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