Two more health information technology vendors recently received Modular EHR certification for meeting some of the requirements of revised Stage 1 and Stage 2 electronic health records meaningful use criteria, called the 2014 Edition.
That brings the number of products partly or fully certified under the new criteria to at least 76. The Orbit patient portal software of Piscataway, N.J.-based IGI Health, version 6.0, has received ambulatory Modular certification from The Drummond Group.
Ambulatory vendor Vitera Healthcare Solutions has obtained Modular EHR certification from The Drummond Group for version 9 of its Intergy electronic health records system, meeting 26 of 43 criteria. The Tampa-based firm expects to achieve full certification in the fourth quarter of 2013.
The list of health information technology products certified under the 2014 Edition is available here.
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