What is TeamLINKS?

TeamLINKS is a web-based ASP (application service provider) that offers an electronic medical record that is also accessible as a personal health record by each of a provider’s patients. It facilitates practice workflow and creates a standard platform for doctor-to-doctor and doctor-to-patient communication and collaboration. At its core is image records management. Around this centerpiece, teamlinks offers tools for collaborative planning among all members of a patient’s team to enhance the overall quality of patient care.


What is an ASP (application service provider)?

An application service provider rents or leases software applications to customers via the Internet for a reoccuring fee, often called a subscription. The ASP will host their application on servers located remote to the customer’s location. This model is designed to dramatically reduce customer cost of software ownership, accelerate access to product enhancements , while simultaneously providing greater functionality than previously possible with customer server-based systems. Additionally, the ASP will professionally maintain customer databases, providing greater security integrity and redundancy than possible by the individual user.


Does it replace my practice management system?

No, however, TeamLINKS does interface with several practice management systems.


Which companies are interfaced with teamlinks?

TeamLINKS is willing to interface with any reputable medical technology company. View our partners.


What are the system (computer) requirements to use teamlinks?

A basic PC with an Internet browser such as Internet Explorer will work. We do recommend having the latest version of the browser of your choice to maintain the highest level of security required by HIPAA.


Is TeamLINKS HIPAA compliant and secure?

Absolutely yes. teamlinks uses 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology to communicate between the client PC and our TeamLINKS servers. Additionally, all information is redundantly stored in tier-4 data centers, the same that banks and airlines use to store their information.