The HIMSS Electronic Health Records Association has voiced concerns to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT on proposed criteria for the voluntary 2015 Edition of meaningful use.

Representing more than 40 companies, the group takes issue with the cost of meeting and being certified on additional levels of certification. Published Feb. 26 in the Federal Register for public comment, the 2015 Edition is a new approach for ONC which going forward intends to update certification criteria editions every 12 to 18 months to provide smaller, more incremental regulatory changes and policy proposals.

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