AOA More Participating Vendors

Supporting AOA members through successful integrations with AOA MORE.

AOA MORE: Accepting data as a clinical data registry

These participating vendors have made the commitment to support AOA member doctors of optometry in the collection and reporting of clinical data in 2020. This collective body of data will help to improve eye health and vision care by providing member doctors with quality feedback, healthcare trends, and outcomes analysis only available through AOA MORE.

The participating vendors are in various stages of updating to the AOA MORE 2020 specifications (as required by CMS) and will begin pushing data for their users during Q2 2020.

PLEASE NOTE: You must first enroll with AOA MORE and then complete any additional steps as required by your vendor in order for your data to be pushed into AOA MORE.

Status key for 2020 data collection

Initiated: The integration process has begun
Testing: EHR vendor is submitting beta test data to AOA MORE; however,
provider dashboards will not yet display quality data and
demographics
Complete: EHR has completed integration and provider data is accessible on
AOA MORE dashboard

2020 participating vendor integration status

Vendor

Type

Vendor fee

CEHRT

Additional information

Contact

Compulink

Server
Cloud

$120 provider/year

2015

Support

Crystal Practice Management

Server, Cloud

No Fee

2015

Support

Eyefinity EHR

Cloud

$500 provider/year

2015

Purchase AOA MORE Integration

Customer care

MaximEyes

Cloud

No Fee

2015

800.920.1940
Option 4

OfficeMate/ExamWRITER

Server

$500 provider/year

2015

Purchase AOA MORE Integration

Customer care

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