ChartPerfect EHR is MUI and MUII certified as a FULL EHR. We understand how important it is for our clients to maintain their Meaningful Use compliance, for this reason we pledge to remain certified through Meaningful Use III and beyond.
On August 23, 2012, CMS announced a final rule to govern Stage 2 of the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs. The rule specifies the Stage 2 criteria that eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs) must meet in order to continue to participate in the EHR Incentive Programs.
The final rule for Meaningful Use Stage 2 intends to increase health information exchange between providers and promote patient engagement by giving patients secure online access to their health information.
CMS released the final rule for Meaningful Use Stage 2 which intends to increase health information exchange between providers and promote patient engagement by giving patients secure online access to their health information.
The assessment phase is foundational to all other EHR implementation steps, and involves determining if the practice is ready to make the change from paper records to electronic health records (EHRs), or to upgrade their current system to a new certified version.
More importantly, the assessment phase should address the following question: "WHY" implement EHRs? This EHR implementation step should help practice leadership evaluate their current state to determine what is working well and what can be improved. Some of the questions providers ask themselves during this phase include:
The assessment should look at the current state of the practice:
Through the Regional Extension Centers (RECs), we've learned that these questions and assessment tools provide a good understanding of the current state of the practice and can help identify key goals for improvement. Often, these goals relate to patient quality, patient satisfaction, practice productivity and efficiency, improved quality of work environment, and most important to the overall goal - improved health care.
The next EHR implementation step is to envision the future state of the practice. What would the practice leadership like to see different in the future? More specifically:
Goals and needs should be documented to help guide decision-making throughout the implementation process. And they may need to be re-assessed throughout the EHR implementation steps to ensure a smooth transition for the practice and all staff.
We recommend that you set goals in areas that are important and meaningful to your practice. These may be clinical goals, revenue goals, or goals around work environment. Goals in all three areas will help assure balanced processes after the implementation. Goals that are important to you will help you and your staff through the change process. We recommend you follow the "SMART" goals process. This process includes setting objectives and goals that meet the following criteria:
Specific - Achieving the goal would make a difference for our patients and our practice
Measureable - We can quantify the current level and the target goal
Attainable - Although the goal may be a stretch, we can achieve it
Relevant - This is worth the effort
Time bound - There are deadlines and opportunities to celebrate success!
These goals become the guide posts for an EHR implementation project, and achieving these goals will motivate providers and practice staff to make necessary changes and attain new skills.
A designated leadership team for the EHR implementation process (clinical and practice management staff, or for small practices, the entire team). Having strong and positive advocate(s) for change can be one of the strongest tools to guide the transition.
A unified vision, where each member of the practice team understands how they will be affected by the change and understands the roadmap to success.
Measureable, quantifiable, realistic goals, which are the key to the assessment phase National Learning Consortium Resources
Learn more about The National Learning Consortium http://www.healthit.gov/providers-professionals/step-5-achieve-meaningful-use-stage-2
The material in these guides and tools was developed from the experiences of Regional Extension Center staff in the performance of technical support and EHR implementation assistance to primary care providers. The information contained in this guide is not intended to serve as legal advice nor should it substitute for legal counsel. The guide is not exhaustive, and readers are encouraged to seek additional detailed technical guidance to supplement the information contained herein.
Reference in this web site to any specific resources, tools, products, process, service, manufacturer, or company does not constitute its endorsement or recommendation by the U.S. Government or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Understanding Meaningful Use:http://www.healthit.gov/providers-professionals/meaningful-use-definition-objectives
Resource Center FAQ:http://www.healthit.gov/providers-professionals/resource-center
Developer: ChartPerfect , Inc.
Product Name: ChartPerfect EHR
Certification#: 12302015-1890-5 (DRUMMOND)
Date Certified: December 31, 2015
170.314(a)(1) 170.314(a)(2) 170.314(a)(3) 170.314(a)(4) 170.314(a)(5) 170.314(a)(6) 170.314(a)(7) 170.314(a)(8) 170.314(a)(9) 170.314(a)(10) 170.314(a)(11) 170.314(a)(12) 170.314(a)(13) 170.314(a)(14) 170.314(a)(15) 170.314(b)(1) 170.314(b)(2) 170.314(b)(3) 170.314(b)(4) 170.314(b)(5) 170.314(b)(7) 170.314(c)(1) 170.314(c)(2) 170.314(c)(3) 170.314(d)(1) 170.314(d)(2) 170.314(d)(3) 170.314(d)(4) 170.314(d)(5) 170.314(d)(6) 170.314(d)(7) 170.314(d)(8) 170.314(e)(1) 170.314(e)(2) 170.314(e)(3) 170.314(f)(1) 170.314(f)(2) 170.314(f)(3) 170.314(g)(2) 170.314(g)(3) 170.314(g)(4)
Certified CQMs: CMS#50v3 CMS#65v4 CMS#68v4 CMS#69v3 CMS#117v3 CMS#122v3 CMS#123v3 CMS#124v3 CMS#125v3 CMS#127v3 CMS#134v3 CMS#138v3 CMS#147v4 CMS#148v3 CMS#154v3 CMS#158v3 CMS#159v3 CMS#163v3 CMS#166v4
ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE USED TO DEMONSTRATE COMPLIANCE:
|Software Name||Functionality Provided|
|Microsoft's W32 Time Service||NTP|
|EMR Direct||Direct Messaging|
|Truven Redbook||Drug Database|
Base Pricing: Base EHR pricing is a monthly fee for cloud-based EHR access.
Additional Items are as Follows:
Technical and Practical Limitations:
Our software is cloud-based, and users will be required to satisfy the following requirements to use our system effectively:
ONC Disclaimer: : "This Complete EHR is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services."
Last updated: May 13, 2016