Seven health information technology vendors have recently received certification of specific products meeting Stage 1 electronic health records meaningful use criteria.

"Complete EHR" certification means a product supports all ambulatory or inpatient meaningful use requirements. "EHR Module" certification means an ancillary application meets one or more requirements. The newly certified products and the certifying entity are:

* RamSoft's PowerServer 5.1, a single-platform RIS/PACS, as a Complete EHR by ICSA Laboratories;

* Accumedic Computer Systems' AccuMed v12.10, as a Complete EHR by Drummond Group;

* Shareable Ink's digital pen documentation software, version 1.1, as an ambulatory EHR Module by ICSA Laboratories;

* MRO Corp.'s ROI Online 2.1.1 release of information software, as an inpatient EHR Module by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology;

* Merge Healthcare's Merge RIS v7.0, as an ambulatory Complete EHR by Drummond Group;

* Physician's Computer Company's PCC-EHR v6.0, as an ambulatory Complete EHR by Drummond Group; and

* Four report distribution applications from Interbit Data--NetDelivery with Document Management, NetDelivery 6.0, Document Manager Stand Alone and NetFax CS--as EHR modules by InfoGard Laboratories. The products work with Meditech systems.

The complete federal list of certified ambulatory and inpatient EHR products is available at http://onc-chpl.force.com/ehrcert.

 

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