The first EHR products certified for Meaningful Use under the ONC-ATCB certification process for 2011/2012 were announced October 3, 2010.
Products were announced by the Drummond Group and CCHIT. Each certification body announced products that had achieved full certification and modular certification. The Drummond Group has certified one complete and 2 EHR modules, while the Certification Commission for Health IT (CCHIT) has certified 19 complete EHRs and 14 EHR modules.
In keeping with our commitment to provide up-to-date information, 7 Meaningful Use certified EHR products are now filterable through the AmericanEHR Advanced Search function.
These products are:
- Allscripts Professional EHR – Version 9.2
- Aprima EHR – Version 2011
- athenaClinicals – Version 10.10
- eClinicalWorks – Version 8.0.48
- NextGen EMR – Version 5.6
- Pulse EHR – Version 2011
- SuccessEHS – Version 6.0
AmericanEHR Partners is working closely with a number of new EHR vendors to include product comparison information in the EHR comparison engine. Visit AmericanEHR Partners regularly for this information.
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