Surescripts, which operates an increasingly robust nationwide e-prescribing network, has been authorized to test and certify certain electronic health records modules under the government’s meaningful use EHR certification program.
In a Dec. 23 announcement, the Office for the National Coordinator for Health IT said that Arlington, Va.-based Surescripts can verify that e-prescribing, privacy and security modules meet the standards laid out in the meaningful use requirements. Surescripts is the sixth authorizer to be approved by ONCHIT, but it’s the only one with limited certification abilities—the five others have ONCHIT’s blessing to certify Complete EHRs and EHR modules.
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