Four more specific electronic health records products have received federally deemed certification of 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:

* Nightingale Informatix Corp.'s Nightingale On Demand V10.0, as an ambulatory Complete EHR, from the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology;

* Forerun Inc.'s Forerun ED 2001.02 emergency department information system, as an EHR Module, from CCHIT;

* Zotec Partners' Electronic Billing Center/Radiology Information System, version 6.7, as an EHR Module, from InfoGard Laboratories; and

* MedCPU's Meaningful Use Advisor, version 1.0, as an EHR Module, from Drummond Group.

Click here for the federal government's official list of certified EHR products.


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