As of April 21, the federal government list of electronic health records products meeting some or all requirements under the 2014 Edition of meaningful use stood at 1,067.  That’s up from 830 just two months ago.

Here are some recently certified products:

NextGen Healthcare Information Systems: NextGen Emergency Department Solution version 6.0, as an EHR Module, certified by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology.

Harris Corporation: FusionFX Patient Portal version 5.1.2, as an ambulatory/inpatient EHR Module, certified by ICSA Labs.

NovoPath Inc.: NovoPath version 9.0 anatomic pathology laboratory system, as an EHR Module, certified by CCHIT.

Office of the National Coordinator for HIT: Open source popHealth for Hospitals, as an ambulatory/inpatient EHR Module, certified by CCHIT.

DR Systems: eHR Meaningful Use, version 2.0, as an ambulatory Complete EHR, certified by InfoGard Laboratories.

ChartLogic Inc.: ChartLogic EHR 8.1, as an ambulatory Complete EHR, certified by Drummond Group.

Kareo Inc.: Kareo EHR Version 3.0, as an ambulatory Complete EHR, certified by Drummond Group.

First Databank: FDB MedsTracker v6 medication reconciliation software, as an ambulatory/inpatient EHR Module, certified by ICSA Labs.

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