Piedmont Medical Labs Offer Physicians the MedLink EMR/EHR Through Cost Sharing Model


MedLink International, Inc. (OTCBB: MLKNA) announced today that Piedmont Medical Laboratory will be offering in a cost sharing model the MedLink TotalOffice EHR as the Piedmont Lab sponsored EMR and EHR practice management system to select practices affiliated with Piedmont Labs. Piedmont will subsidize part of the cost of the system, enabling Piedmont to incorporate a powerful electronic ordering and results reporting tool into the care provider’s workflow.

The practices will receive a full practice management and electronic health record application in the MedLink TotalOffice EHR. Its features and functionality include: scheduling, e-labs, e-prescription, radiology reports and images, e-claims, reporting, complete medical billing, E&M calculator, document management, messaging, alerts and Notes.

The MedLink TotalOffice EHR users will utilize E-labs to connect directly to Piedmont labs, enabling complete automation of the laboratory ordering process — from the point of care in the physician’s office to the lab.

About MedLink International, Inc.:

MedLink International, Inc. is a full service healthcare IT company that provides doctors, hospitals, imaging centers, labs and patients with products and services designed to help create, manage and share medical information, all delivered over the MedLink VPN, the industry standard for secure, HIPAA compliant communication.

MedLink International markets its line of healthcare IT products and services through several unique partnerships in the medical community. MedLink International is publicly held trading on the NASDAQ Bulletin Board and Frankfurt Stock Exchange (OTCBB: MLKNA) (FRANKFURT: WM6B) For more information visit www.medlinkus.com

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