iPatientCare Certified as a Silver Tier EHR Vendor by Quest Diagnostics for Demonstrating Advanced Compatibility and Functionality Required by the Marketplace
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud based ambulatory EHR, integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal solutions, got certified as a Silver Tier EHR vendor by Quest Diagnostics (http://www.questdiagnostics.com), leading provider of pathology/clinical laboratory testing, and providing insights that enable physicians and healthcare professionals to make better healthcare decisions. By continuously introducing new and improved tests, technology and services, Quest Diagnostics has established a reputation as the leading innovator in the clinical laboratory industry.
iPatientCare EHR solution demonstrated the advanced compatibility and functionality required by the marketplace for processing standard laboratory orders and results with the Quest Diagnostics Data Exchange network (DEX).
Jennifer Heitfeld, Quality Solutions Business Analyst, Quest Diagnostics said, “Quality EHR Solutions meet or exceed advanced industry standards and provide a streamlined solution with Quest Diagnostics for lab orders and results. Certification demonstrates an EHR Vendor’s commitment to quality and leadership within the health IT industry.”
“Our relationship with Quest Diagnostics has been as old as a decade, when a handful of ambulatory EHR vendors existed in the market and only a few invested in building and implementing electronic interface to Labs. iPatientCare built its own Interface Engine from ground up and was one of the pioneering EHR that implemented an electronic interface to Quest Diagnostics.” said Shahab Shaikh, Enterprise Integration Specialist, iPatientCare. Commending her team for this achievement, Sidhdhi Gajjar, Healthcare Integrations Analyst commented, “My team and I are very happy and excited today to receive such an honor, especially after working hard on numerous integration assignments and implementing bi-directional interfaces to Quest Diagnostics.”