HealthFusion’s MediTouch EHR has Achieved Meaningful Use 2014 Certification as a Complete EHR

HealthFusion’s MediTouch EHR has Achieved Meaningful Use 2014 Certification as a Complete EHR

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HealthFusion® announced today that MediTouch EHR® (4.0), the 2014 Meaningful Use version of its industry leading health record software, has been tested and certified as a Complete EHR that supports both Stage 1 and measures. MediTouch 2014 Technology was certificated by the Drummond Group as part of the Office of the National Coordinator - Authorized Certification Body (ONC-ACB) program. All Eligible Professionals that want to qualify for funding next year under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) also known as the Meaningful Use program must use an ONC-ACB 2014 certified version of EHR technology. This recognition means that MediTouch EHR software already has all of the functionality that Eligible Professionals require for 2014 and that the system does not need any additional testing or certification.

“This complete certification is evidence of our continuing commitment to the program. The Stage 2 Meaningful Use program is technically more complex than the first stage, yet we have achieved this complete certification more than six months before the January 2014 deadline,” said Dr. Seth Flam, HealthFusion® president and chief executive officer. “As one of just five pure ambulatory EHR companies to achieve this certification, HealthFusion® continues to be an industry leader with regard to the adoption of the most modern standards and workflows. This early adoption will afford our users the benefit of a longer lead-time to prepare for immediate success in the next stage of Meaningful Use. In addition, I am confident we are creating the industry's best Stage 2 EHR user experience and by utilizing our EHR Data Import Wizard™, many providers that use older technology will be able to efficiently convert to the MediTouch cloud platform.”

This Complete EHR is 2014 compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments. MediTouch EHR 4.0 was certified on June 13th 2013 (ID# 06132013-1962-8) and has been certified to Criteria 170.314 (a)1-15, (b)1-5&7, (c)1-3, (d)1-8, (e)1-3, (f)1-3, (g)1-4 and all of the CMS core CQMs including CMS126v1, CMS154v1, CMS153v1, CMS2v1, CMS146v1, CMS165v1, CMS156v1, CMS155v1, CMS166v1, CMS138v1, CMS117v1, CMS68v1, CMS69v1, CMS75v1, CMS50v1, CMS136v1, CMS90v1, in addition, this certified product-version may require fees to establish interfaces for reporting to registries, public health agencies, and transmission of reportable laboratory tests and requires the use of spreadsheet software.

HealthFusion develops web-based, cloud computing software for physicians, hospitals, and medical billing services. HealthFusion is a fully integrated solution that includes MediTouch EHR (Electronic Health Record and Patient Portal) and MediTouch PM (Practice Management and Claims Clearinghouse). MediTouch EHR was designed for use on mobile tablets and it is optimized for use on an Apple® iPad. MediTouch EHR offers a unique array of features that facilitate adoption of EHR technology, including its mobile, Pure Cloud® platform, its cross-compatibility with traditional desktop, laptop, Windows® and Mac® hardware devices, and its affordable subscription payment model. MediTouch EHR is Meaningful Use Certified, and thousands of users throughout the country place their trust in HealthFusion and MediTouch on a daily basis. Healthcare is complicated; HealthFusion makes it easy. To learn more visit or follow HealthFusion on , and .

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