An Actual Solution for Point of Care Ultrasound
Why UltraLinq for Point of Care Ultrasound Management?
Whether you are looking for a solution for your Emergency Department, Critical Care Department, or ICU, UltraLinq has created a seamless way for you to do whatever you want with your exams without impacting your already hectic workflow.
For Billing: UltraLinq allows you to upload your exams automatically while you are with patients (or after if you prefer). Then, when it fits with your schedule you can log in from anywhere you have an internet connection and complete your report. Your report and exam is then available to whichever of your unlimited users has permission to see it within UltraLinq or your EHR. This means your billing department or other members of your care team can see it whenever they need to.
For Credentialing: For credentialing, after your exam is uploaded and you have completed your report online, your Credentialing director will have access to all your work. They can QA (again from anywhere they have internet access) and provide the feedback to you automatically using UltraLinq’s over-read functionality. Because they are able to manage everything from one centralized location no one has to worry about progress tracking or documentation, making credentialing that much easier.
UltraLinq stores all of your information on our HIPAA compliant cloud for 7 years so you never need to worry about IT hassles, space concerns or any of the other headaches that come with traditional solutions.
Access Without Limitations
UltraLinq is a cloud-native solution. This means we were built on the web and for the web, so when you log in from your home or iPad or wherever you may be, you will get the speed you expect as well as our full functionality.
From on-boarding to the day-to-day we want to make sure you have the best possible UltraLinq experience, which is why we offer outstanding client services including a robust online help center, as well as 8AM ET – 8PM ET customer support (24/7 for anything that would affect patient care).