Social Solutions’ Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) Impact Software Earns 2014 ONC HIT Modular Electronic Health Record Certification

Social Solutions’ Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) Impact Software Earns 2014 ONC HIT Modular Electronic Health Record Certification

Social SolutionsChris Frascella, Director of Marketing443-460-3460

Social Solutions’ has been certified as an Electronic Health Records (EHR) Module for use by the .

To earn certification, ETO Impact was tested with the 2014 Edition EHR Test Method, used by testing laboratories and certification bodies to evaluate the conformance and functionality of EHR Modules against the standards, implementation specifications and certification criteria adopted by the Health and Human Services Secretary to support Meaningful Use attestation beginning with EHR reporting periods in FY 2014. The certification also ensures that ETO Impact is secure and can work with other systems to share information.

The ETO Impact EHR certification ensures Social Solutions clients’ meet EHR compliance standards set forth by the Affordable Care Act. This certification supplements the software’s existing compliance with current HUD DV, HMIS, FERPA, Social Security Administration (SSA) and HIPAA data management and security protocols.

ETO Impact is the leading cloud-based software solution for human service providers who need to securely track, share and provide de-identified reports on confidential participant information as well as track referrals to other programs or even other organizations. Tiered security at the user and program level allows for access to and even visibility of confidential records by appropriate staff only.

Baltimore-based is the leading provider of performance management software for human services, connecting efforts to outcomes, people to social services, and service providers and communities to funders. The company’s Efforts to Outcomes software goes beyond case management, and enables public, private, and nonprofit organizations to collaborate, save time, and improve service quality and effectiveness. Thousands of service providers, collaboratives, funders, evaluators, and government organizations use ETO software as they work with over 12 million participants each day.

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