Four electronic health records software vendors in recent days have announced certification of specific versions of products meeting meaningful use requirements.
"Complete EHR" certification means a product meets all inpatient or ambulatory requirements; "EHR Module" certification means an ancillary system meets a subset of requirements. The new certifications are:
* NaviNet's EMR1.0 as an ambulatory Complete EHR; and Prescribe 2.6 as an EHR Module, from the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology;
* MedAZ.net's Version 110101.001as an ambulatory Complete EHR; and Version 110111.000 as an inpatient Complete EHR, both from InfoGard Laboratories;
* Askesis Development Group's PsychConsult Provider 7.0.1 as an EHR Module, by CCHIT; and
* Clarkson Eyecare's Grow EMR 1.6.1 as an ambulatory Complete EHR from Drummond Group.
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