EHR vendors certified for Meaningful Use

Four vendors of EHR software designed for inpatient or ambulatory use recently had specific versions of their products certified as meeting meaningful use requirements under the Medicare and Medicaid incentive programs, reports Health Data Management. Vendor eCareSoft has launched eCS Inpatient EHR V1.2 (eCS), which is aimed toward use specifically by small and medium hospitals. Its product was certified by the Drummond Group. The MacPractice MD 4.1 has been certified as an ambulatory complete EHR by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology. The Meditech 6.0 Health Care Information System was certified as an inpatient complete EHR, by the Drummond Group. And, the LSS Data Systems Client/Server Medical and Practice Management v5.6.4 was certified as an ambulatory complete EHR, by the Drummond Group. Article

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