Eight 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:

* Emmi Solutions' interactive patient education programs, as an EHR module from SLI Global Solutions;

* EON Systems' The Digital Office for chiropractors, Version 5.0, as a Complete EHR from InfoGard Laboratories;

* Integrated Practice Solutions' ChrioTouch for chiropractors, Version 5.1, as a Complete EHR from the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology;

* Enabledoc EHR, Version 3, as a Complete EHR from ICSA Labs;

* Stockell Healthcare Systems' InsightCS revenue cycle management system, as an EHR Module from InfoGard;

* Carestream Health's CARESTREAM Vue RIS, version 11, as an EHR module from CCHIT;

* Hello Health EHR, version 5.0, as a Complete EHR, from CCHIT; and

* Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative's Quality Data Center reporting software, Version 2.0, as an EHR Module from CCHIT.

The complete federal list of certified products, now totaling 989 on the ambulatory side and 471 inpatient applications, is available at http://onc-chpl.force.com/ehrcert.


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