Four vendors in recent days have announced specific versions of their products meet some or all Stage 1 meaningful use requirements. They include:
* Philips OB TraceVue obstetrical information system, Version G.00.20, as an EHR Module, from the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology;
* Sage Healthcare's Intergy v7.00, as an ambulatory complete EHR, from Drummond Group;
* Press Ganey's Quality Performer-Hospital eMeasures v1 clinical quality reporting application, as an EHR Module, from Drummond Group; and
* The drchrono iPad EHR, version 9.0, as an ambulatory Complete EHR from InfoGard Laboratories.
Click here for the federal government's official lists of meaningful use-certified products.
HDM Breaking News, August 1, 2011
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