In just the course of a couple days, at least four more health information technology vendors have received certification that specific versions of their products meet electronic health records meaningful use requirements.
At least 548 ambulatory and 274 products have now been MU-certified. "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 newly certified products are:
* GE Healthcare's Centricity Enterprise 6.9 as an ambulatory Complete EHR from Drummond Group,
* Medicity's ProAccess v5 HIE software as an EHR Module by Drummond Group,
* Omnicell's G4 OmniCenter 15.2 automated dispending system as an EHR Module from Drummond Group, and
* Health Care DataWorks' Enterprise Data Warehouse Appliance version 3.2 as an EHR Module from Drummond Group.
The official government Web site listing for meaningful use-certified products is here.
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