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 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.
The additional software used by EHRez 4.5 to demonstrate compliance is Microsoft HealthVault. There is no additional cost associated with this software.
There are no known limitations in using the functionality established by Microsoft HealthVault.
The types of costs to be paid by a provider to implement EHRez 4.5 include:
A monthly licensing fee per physician for the use of EHRez 4.5 and an annual fee for coding and drug file updates as these are products licensed from other vendors.
In addition, this certified product version may require a one-time cost to establish an interface for the customer’s selected clinical laboratory / imaging company to electronically exchange results. (in relation to 170.314(b)(5)(a) – Incorporate laboratory tests & values/results and 170.314(a)(12) – Image Results).
This certified product version may require a one-time cost to establish interfaces for reporting to immunization registries and public health agencies. 170.314 (f)(2): Transmission to immunization registries and 170.314 (f)(3): Transmission to public health agencies - syndromic surveillance.
This certified product version may require a one-time cost for transmitting QRDA (170.314(c)(3) Clinical Quality measures – Electronic Submission) file(s). There is no cost associated with generating the above mentioned reports. Some programs may require ongoing service fees and/or transaction based fees.
This certified product version may require a one-time cost or ongoing fees should a provider wish to establish a new connection with a third-party HISP (any direct messaging recipient outside of EHRez Network and Microsoft HealthVault). Providers must lodge a service request identifying the third-party party HISP along with contact information for the HISP. E-Health Partners will establish, maintain and support technology to manage the connection. Third-party HISPs must agree to E-Health Partners’ connection and trust agreement. E-Health Partners will make every effort in good faith to establish such connectivity within a reasonable time frame (no longer than 3 months). However, we do not warrant that E-Health Partners will be able to establish agreements and required connections with all third-party HISPs. This is in relation to criteria 170.314(b)(1) – Transitions of care – receive, display and incorporate transition of care/referral summaries & 170.314(b)(2) – Transitions of care – create and transmit transition of care/referral summaries.
There may be additional costs for an EP, depending on their needs, from a clearinghouse company or other outside vendors.