Two electronic health records vendors and five homegrown EHRs have recently received certification for meeting Stage 1 meaningful use requirements. They are:

* Accumedic Computer Systems' AccuMed V12.10 as a Modular EHR from the Drummond Group,

* McKesson Specialty Care Solutions' iKnowMed version 6.3 oncology product as a Complete EHR from the Drummond Group, and

* Homegrown hospital EHR systems certified by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology from Health Management Associates in Naples, Fla. (Modular), New York University Langone Medical Center (Complete), Northwestern University in Chicago (Modular), Tenet Healthsystem Medical Inc. in Dallas (Modular) and University of North Carolina Health Care in Chapel Hill (Complete).

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston previously had its homegrown hospital and ambulatory systems certified under CCHIT testing as Complete EHRs.

The government's official list of certified inpatient and ambulatory Complete and Modular EHRs is available here.

 

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