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Anasazi EHR achieves certification for Meaningful Use

April 27, 2011
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Phoenix — Anasazi Software, Inc., a provider of comprehensive behavioral healthcare software solutions, has announced that its Electronic Health Record has been ONC-ATCB 2011/2012 ARRA-Certified for Meaningful Use by the Drummond Group’s Electronic Health Record ONC-ATCB program.

The Drummond Group is an authorized testing and certification body that is authorized to grant EHR Systems ARRA-Certification for Meaningful Use. This certification supports the Stage 1 meaningful use measures required for eligible providers for funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

“For more than twenty years now Anasazi Software has consistently met changing state and federal requirements. Our customers rely on our expertise in adopting new technologies and marrying them to constantly changing government requirements.” stated Bryan Griffiths, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Anasazi Software.

Anasazi offers a comprehensive suite of systems including the Assessment & Treatment Planning System along with the Doctor’s HomePage which together addresses the requirements of EHR Certification.


The Anasazi Doctor’s HomePage now becomes the first e-prescribing product that was originally designed for behavioral health to be certified for Meaningful Use. “Anasazi Software’s resolve to create fully integrated applications in house that are specifically designed for the behavioral health community demonstrates our strong commitment to our customers.” said Michael Morris, CEO of Anasazi Software. He further stated that “This initial Modular EHR Certification step provides our customers the assurance that they will soon be eligible for HITECH funding. We have already scheduled our Complete EHR certification test for July 7, 2011 and are confident in our ability to meet this goal.”

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