Six electronic health records vendors in recent days have announced certification of specific versions of their products as 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:
* Orion Health's Rhapsody Integration Engine and Rhapsody Connect connectivity software, versions 4.1, as EHR Modules by ICSA Laboratories;
* Infor-Med Corp.'s Praxis EMR version 5, as an ambulatory Complete EHR by Drummond Group;
* Netsmart Technologies' Insight 7.1 public health EHR, as an ambulatory Complete EHR by Drummond Group;
* Varian Medical Systems' Aria for radiation oncology, version 11, as an ambulatory Complete EHR by Drummond Group;
* MindLinc-Duke's EHR for behavioral health, version 12, as an ambulatory Complete EHR by Drummond Group; and
* Health Management Associates' PULSE, version 11.1, as an EHR Module by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology.
HDM Breaking News, July 20, 2011
To view the entire list of certified EHR products click here.
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