Today Solv is announcing a new data partnership program, Solv Data Connect, that allows urgent care centers to easily share data between Solv and their EHR system.
Data Connect is Solv's pledge to openness and interoperability with other healthcare technology providers, and places a significant focus on EHR compatibility. Urgent care operators heavily invest in their EHR systems and Solv believes it's important that the urgent care industry has both choice and support for many technology platforms.
Leading EHR companies can now directly connect with Solv to share data and build operational workflows. The Solv Data Connect program gives urgent care providers greater choice and flexibility to use the technology and operations they prefer.
As part of the program, Solv Data Connect will share scheduling and patient data directly with the EHR, helping optimize and reduce front-desk workload. The program gives urgent care centers greater access to Solv’s 1.2 million monthly urgent care consumers as well as Solv's scheduling, patient engagement and reputation management platform.
“At Solv we understand it is paramount for urgent care providers to use the workflows and the technologies they are most comfortable with,” said Stephen Rossi, Head of Marketing and Partnerships at Solv. “Solv Data Connect will help more urgent care providers efficiently connect to patients in a way that works seamlessly with their operations.”
At launch, Solv Data Connect allows for integration capabilities with leading EHR providers, including Athena Health, eClinicalWorks, Epic, Cerner, Allscripts, NextGen, AdvancedMD and DrChrono.
With this program, Solv will partner with leading EHR companies who provide cutting-edge EHR technology and work together toward the ultimate goal of helping urgent care providers deliver better, smarter healthcare to consumers.
To learn more about Solv Data Connect, use Data Connect for your practice, or become a Data Connect partner, email Solv at email@example.com.