Four additional specific electronic health records products have received federally deemed certification for meeting Stage 1 meaningful use criteria.
"Complete EHR" certification means a product supports all ambulatory or inpatient meaningful use requirements. "Modular EHR" certification means an ancillary application meets one or more requirements. The newly certified products and the certifying entity are:
* Meridios' healthMATRIX 3.0 health registry application, as an EHR Module, certified by InfoGard Laboratories;
* dbMotion's inpatient electronic health records system, version 4.2, as an EHR Module, certified by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology;
* Perceptive Software's ImageNow document imaging system, version 6.6, as an EHR Module, certified by the Drummond Group; and
* 4medica's Integrated Electronic Health Record, version 10.11, as an EHR Module, certified by CCHIT.
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