What if an EHR system is certified to meet meaningful use requirements (for stage 1, anyway) but is not performing as expected? Is there any recourse for the buyer? Are the EHR certification bodies accountable, or just the EHR vendor?
Answer Question | March 15, 2012 4:16 pm
EHR Certification, EHR implementation
While many practices send patients with certain devices home, I am curious to find out what are some of the commonly used medical devices that are interfaced with the EMR?
Answer Question | October 18, 2010 2:45 am
EHR Certification, medical devices
Based on my experience with EHRs, there still needs to be more innovation in order to satisfy the requirements of small practices. However, EHRs have to be certified in order to qualify for meaningful use. The process of getting certified is onerous and costly. To what degree is the requirement to use certified EHRs retarding...
Answer Question | October 12, 2010 8:20 pm
EHR Certification, EHR Incentive, EHR systems
ONC has announced its final rule for temporary certification of EHR technology. With respect to technology for ambulatory practices, there is no distinction between large and small practices. In other words, one size fits all. It seems odd to me that to qualify as a meaningful user, a solo physician must use a product that...
Answer Question | December 18, 2018 5:31 pm
EHR Certification, Meaningful use, ONC
In terms of web-based (SaaS/APS) vs. client server, what are the main pros and cons to evaluating the right choice? For achieving meaningful use?
Answer Question | May 3, 2010 5:28 pm
ehr, EHR Certification, EHR Incentive, EMR
Grants will expand health IT data exchange, though is that enough? Should payers be mandated to help providers in reaching meaningful use?
Answer Question | December 18, 2018 3:50 pm
EHR Certification, EMR, Meaningful use
Answer Question | April 28, 2010 6:43 pm