The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has issued electronic health records certification guidance for EHR vendors serving providers ineligible for the meaningful use program and encourages certification of some MU criteria.
The goal is to aid vendors as they work with non-eligible providers to achieve interoperability by walking through a subset of EHR certification criteria for electronic data exchange under the 2014 Edition of meaningful use. This is important because accountable care organizations and other efforts to better coordinate care rely on appropriate information exchange among a variety of providers who may or may not be EHR meaningful users. “While these certification criteria were specifically adopted to support health care providers seeking to achieve meaningful use, we believe that they are generally applicable to many health care settings,” according to the guidance.
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