Meaningful Use

OpenEMR 4.1.0 certified for ONC Meaningful Use – now RELEASED

OpenEMR 4.1.0 certified for ONC Meaningful Use – now RELEASED 150 150 Tony McCormick
We are proud to announce that the ONC Certified version: OpenEMR version 4.1.0 is officially released.    We will be scheduling upgrades for anyone that is currently using our support services.    If you need help registering with CMS for Meaningful Use please let us know and we will walk you through the process. Official CMS Registration Site: Official CHPL Product/Certification Number: 110040R00 Please considering making a tax deductible contribution to the OEMR.ORG foundatation to show your support for this incredible feat!   Tony read more

Mi-Squared Offers a Fully Functional EHR with OpenEMR

Mi-Squared Offers a Fully Functional EHR with OpenEMR 150 150 Tony McCormick
Lab Results Data Exchange – lab results are received through our certified servers and populates the data to the patients file E-Prescribing – Prescribing medication through EMR to Client Provider Patient Portal – Secure patient access via internet for medical records and updates include new patient registration and setup of basic clinic web sites.  Required for ONC Certification Patient Reminders, voice call based, integrated with OpenEMR Lab Upload Data Exchange – Send request through our certified servers to requested lab. TransPortal for digital document authorization manager for Transcription Companies Custom Programming – custom forms, importing existing patient data, enhancing current functionality, adding new functionality Premium Phone Support Setup and Training Healthy Server Backup Appliance Database Hosting – HIPAA Compliant read more

OpenEMR Full EHR Certification Day!

OpenEMR Full EHR Certification Day! 150 150 Tony McCormick
Today the volunteers of will spend some 4 hours with the staff of ICSA Labs testing all the remaining modules of OpenEMR version 4.1 in an attempt to achieve full EHR certification for Meaningful Use. This testing will occur into the wee hours of Eastern Standard time. See the post for the full credits! read more
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