NEWBURY Park, Calif.—Compulink Healthcare Solutions has announced an agreement to acquire MyEyeStore, an e-commerce solution in ophthalmic health care focusing primarily on contact lens reordering with the ability for optometry and ophthalmology practices to also sell other recommended products directly to the patient. “This acquisition is the latest example of how Compulink continues to lead the industry in expanding our products and services to meet the needs of our clients,” said Link Wilson, CEO and product architect for Compulink.
“We expect this acquisition and subsequent integration into our all-in-one solution to increase the capture rate of contact lens reorders by 25 percent to 50 percent, depending on the practice, and with minimal effort from our clients. The integration will also allow providers to recommend other retail products for improving patient’s health via this online store.”
“We are looking forward to becoming part of the Compulink family,” said Stephannie Keller, new VP of e-commerce for Compulink and MES Division president. “This acquisition allows us to continue to innovate and provide true 24/7 availability for our clients and their patients. Together, we look forward to creating a platform unlike any other.”
The details of the transaction were not disclosed.
Designed to maximize efficiencies and improve profitability, Compulink’s all-in-one solutions includes practice management, EHR, optical, ASC, patient portal and ophthalmic billing services. The company says it currently has over 20,000 providers using its Advantage software, along with 19 ophthalmic colleges and universities who have standardized on Compulink.
The addition of the new e-commerce solution, the company said, “will allow Compulink’s providers to reach their patients like never before. Patients will be able to order contact lenses, solutions and any other products across all 18 specialties directly from their provider.”