Six more specific electronic health records products have been certified for meeting some or all requirements of revised Stage 1 and Stage 2 of the meaningful use program, called the 2014 Edition. They include:

* Skylight Healthcare Systems: CareNavigator patient engagement software, version 2.5 for both inpatient and ambulatory settings, as EHR Modules, by certifier ICSA Labs;

* Iatric Systems: Meaningful Use Manager Version 3.0 for clinical quality measures, as an inpatient EHR Module, by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology;

* Practice Fusion: EHR Version 3.0, as an ambulatory Complete EHR, by Drummond Group;

* Allscripts: ePrescribe 17.1 electronic prescribing software, as an ambulatory EHR Module, by Drummond Group;

* Encore Health Resources: CoreAnalytics 1.0, as an inpatient EHR Module by CCHIT; and

* Catholic Health Initiatives, a customized version of Encore Health’s CoreAnalytics, version 2.0, as an inpatient EHR Module by CCHIT.

As of January 23, 2014, a federal government Web site lists 689 products that have been certified under the 2014 Edition.

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