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Accumedic EHR receives complete ambulatory certification

October 13, 2011
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Great Neck, NY — Accumedic Computer Systems, Inc., a leader in healthcare technology solutions for behavioral healthcare communities, healthcare professionals and medical institutions nationwide, has announced that AccuMed v12.10 is 2011/2012 compliant and was awarded certification as a Complete EHR on Sept. 19, by the Drummond Group, an ONC-Authorized Testing and Certification Body (ONC-ATCB).

The 2011/2012 criteria support the Stage 1 meaningful use measures required to qualify eligible providers and hospitals for funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

“We are very pleased AccuMed v12.10 has been awarded Complete EHR certification status by the Drummond Group,” said Mark Kollenscher, CEO, Accumedic Computer Systems, Inc. “This certification gives our customers the confidence that AccuMed v12.10 meets the rigorous standards set forth by the government. Our system will not only enable eligible providers to qualify for these federal funds, but more importantly, it will help them improve the quality of patient care and increase efficiencies in their facilities.”

Kollenscher added, “Our thorough understanding of the health care system complexities has enabled us to consistently develop sound, reliable products that answer real world needs. Our software is a result of our vision and ability to determine today how our clients’ needs will evolve in the rapidly changing landscape of healthcare IT.”

AccuMed v12.10, which met the requirements for Complete EHR Ambulatory certification, is a state of the art ASP.net-web based solution that is available as both a hosted SaaS (Software as a Service) and on-premise solution. The solution gives healthcare practitioners the ability to completely eliminate paper records and reduce errors through immediate documentation and alerts. With virtually instant access to clinical documentation, workflow is streamlined and patient care is improved.

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