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How to register for CMS MU Attestation for OpenEMR 4.1

How to register for CMS MU Attestation for OpenEMR 4.1 150 150 Tony McCormick
Official CHPL Product/Certification Number: 110040R00 The product number assigned by the certification body, 110040R00, is not the number that should be used when attesting to meaningful use. You need to go to the CHPL website, add OpenEMR 4.1 product to your shopping cart along with any other certified products they might be using, and :based on that configuration you will be given a unique 15-digit number to use for attestation purposes. Here are some quick directions: To obtain a CMS EHR Certification ID, follow the steps outlined below Go to; Http://http://onc-chpl.force.com/ehrcert/EHRProductSearch Select Ambulatory Practice Search for ‘OpenEMR’ Add OpenEMR 4.1 to your cart to determine if your product(s) meet 100% of the required criteria Request a CMS EHR Certification ID for CMS registration or attestation from your cart page read more

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: http://onc-chpl.force.com/ehrcert/EHRProductDetail?id=a0X30000003mNwTEAU 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

Tony Speaking at Portland Linux/Unix Group 6/2/2011

Tony Speaking at Portland Linux/Unix Group 6/2/2011 150 150 Tony McCormick
                          MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT                        The Portland Linux/Unix Group                                  will meet                          7 PM Thursday June 2, 2011                                      at                          Portland State University                                    in the                               Fariborz Maseeh              College of Engineering & Computer Science Building                               Room FAB 86-01                        (This is in the basement.)           The building is on SW 4th across from SW College Street.        See location H-10 on map at http://pdxLinux.org/campus_map.jpg                             Presentation                       Introduction to OpenEMR                                  by                            Tony McCormick                         <[email protected]>     Introduction to OpenEMR, maybe the most downloaded open source     Electronic Heath Records system in the world.   This presentation     will discuss how one of the first web based, php projects became     a government certified EHR.  We’ll demo the system, talk about     the good, bad and ugly of a 10 year old project with ~500,000     lines of code and get feed back on ways to move forward with     out breaking the existing use.  ie: upgrade paths and models, etc. read more

MI2 presents OpenEMR ROI as part of ACO solution

MI2 presents OpenEMR ROI as part of ACO solution 150 150 Tony McCormick
Last weekend Dr Bowen and Tony McCormick presented information on Meaningful Use as it pertains to the Physicians Practice, talked about the “Open Source Way” and did a short demo of OpenEMR 4.0. Part of that demo included a simple ROI calculation that was the result of a small survey of practices currently using an EMR and the cost of that tool.  The result was shocking, even considering a wide margin of error.  The representative “High End” EHR had a 5 year ROI (1 physician practice), -68%,  For the “Mid Range” the ROI was -45% and for OpenEMR it was a 371%…. Beat that :-)  –Tony read more

Premium Service for OpenEMR

Premium Service for OpenEMR 150 150 Tony McCormick
OpenEMR Support (OES) offers full support and service for the leading open source electronic medical records system – OpenEMR. Our staff is comprised of individuals with deep involvement and expertise of healthcare medical records, open systems, and information technology (IT) organizations. Take the risk out of implementing and operating an EMR system – enabling you to concentrate on patients instead of paperwork and information technology needs. Service plans are offered from minimal support to turnkey systems. Additional offerings include full hosting, delivered server hardware implemented for plug and play, and remote backup to ensure you are compliant for HIPPA and industry standards. Our staff continually researches and evaluates healthcare IT requirements, emerging technologies, and healthcare legislative needs such as the American Recovery and Reinvestment ACT. This results in innovative ideas and methods to ensure your system remains state of the art and updated with the latest technology and compliancy issues. The EMR Appliance showcases a set of value-added features to help keep your operations functioning smoothly and without incident. Local and remote backups are handled automatically with a minimal level of involvement from you or your staff, so your data is always kept safe and secure. Proactive error reporting tools run around the clock monitoring your system and deliver alerts to you as well as OpenEMR Support. The end result is that we will usually have knowlege of and respond to a problem at your site before you’re even aware a problem exists. Use the dashboard page and system tray indicators to monitor your system health, running services, as well as backup status. With OpenEMR Support, you can count on years of proven support experience working for you. read more
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