UltraLinq Healthcare Solutions Inc. Partners with athenahealth
August 22, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsNew York, NY – 8/22/2014 – UltraLinq, a provider of cloud-based image management, today announced a partnership with athenahealth as part of athenahealth's More Disruption Please (MDP) program. Together, the companies will work to link athenahealth's growing network of more than 55,000 health care providers with the capabilities of UltraLinq so that providers can more efficiently view, report on, share, and archive a broad range of their medical images.
"UltraLinq delivers a powerful tool for anyone looking to seamlessly manage their medical images," said Stephen Farber, CEO of UltraLinq Healthcare Solutions. "UltraLinq has worked hard to enable its users to be able do what they need to with their exams, from AAA to X-ray. This partnership means we are now able to offer an easy and integrated complete practice solution to all athenahealth users, bringing medicine one step closer to the goal of interoperability and accessibility."
athenahealth is a cloud-based services company with a vision to build an information backbone to help make health care work as it should. Through the MDP program, athenahealth is accelerating high-value innovation via the cloud, providing new services to help providers thrive in the face of industry change and pressure. MDP partners with innovators, entrepreneurs, companies, investors, and individuals-those who are passionate about overthrowing established approaches in health care that simply aren't working, aren't good enough, or aren't advancing the industry. MDP invites qualified companies like UltraLinq to gain access to the more than 55,000 providers that are already plugged into athenahealth's cloud-based network.
To learn more about athenahealth's MDP program and partnership opportunities, please visit www.athenahealth.com/disruption.
UltraLinq is a cloud-based exam management, PACS solution that allows users to upload exams to a HIPAA-compliant cloud, from which they can view, report on, archive, and manage their exams from anywhere they have an internet connection, including an iPad, tablet, or iPhone.