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June 24, 2011 — MED3OOO, a national leader in healthcare management and technology products and services, announced that its InteGreat EHR Version 6.5, has passed all required elements in the CCHIT 2011 Ambulatory, Child Health, and Security test scripts and is now a Pre-Market Conditionally CCHIT Certified® 2011 Ambulatory EHR additionally certified for Child Health.
In the CCHIT Certified 2011 program, products are rigorously inspected against integrated EHR functionality, interoperability, and security criteria independently developed by the Commission’s broadly representative, expert work groups, using the Commission’s published testing methods. This program is intended to serve health care providers looking for maximal assurance that a product will meet their complex needs.
“This certification further assures MED3OOO clients of our ability to meet their requirements and exemplifies our commitment to their success,” stated Eric Sellers, senior vice president, MED3OOO. “Additionally, this renewed certification reflects our ongoing commitment to enhance our products to meet the evolving needs of the healthcare community,” continued Sellers.
MED3OOO was able to complete the 12 hour testing process in less than five hours. Additionally, MED3OOO received a usability rating of five out of five stars. Among Ambulatory EHR products currently listed by CCHIT, only 32 other products are additionally certified for Child Health.
Source: MED3000, www.med3000.com