Corepoint Integration Engine continues to lead the industry as the first Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified interface engine for Modular Ambulatory EHR and Modular Inpatient EHR
Corepoint Integration Engine is compliant in accordance with the criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Drummond Group’s ONC-ACB certification program certifies that EHRs, and software that interacts with EHRs,meet the Meaningful Use criteria for either eligible provider or hospital technology. In turn, healthcare providers using the products of certified vendors are qualified to receive federal stimulus monies upon demonstrating meaningful use of the technology – a key component of the federal government’s push to improve clinical care delivery through the adoption and effective use of EHRs by U.S. healthcare providers.
Corepoint Integration Engine met the 2014 requirements for Modular Ambulatory EHR and Modular Inpatient EHR certification. For more information, go to http://www.drummondgroup.com.
Surveillance NoticeThis Modular Ambulatory EHR certification and Modular Inpatient EHR certification is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ATCB 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 or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.
Corepoint Health, November 21, 2014, Corepoint Integration Engine v6.0, Certification ID # 11212014‐1791‐1 for Modular Ambulatory EHR and # 11212014‐1792‐1 for Modular Inpatient EHR, no Clinical Quality Measures were tested, no additional software used, modules certified include 170.314(b)(1, 2, 6);170.314(d)(1-3, 5-8);170.314(f)(2-4); 170.314(g)(1, 4).
Costs and Limitations Associated with Certified Health IT
Corepoint Integration Engine has been tested and certified under the 2014 Edition EHR Certification program for:
- Receiving, incorporating, creating, and transmitting Summary of Care documents in support of Transition of Care requirements (170.314.b.1, 170.314.b.2). For the purposes of achieving Meaningful Use, either the Direct protocol or Web Services must be used. A separate one-time license fee is required for the Direct or Web Services product extensions.
- Public health reporting for immunization registries, electronic lab reporting, and syndromic surveillance. (170.314.f.2, 170.314.f.3, 170.314.f.4). For the purposes of achieving Meaningful Use, each state requires different protocols for interfacing. If a state requires FTP, the Direct protocol, or Web Services, a separate one-time license fee is required for these product extensions.
- Transmission of electronic laboratory test results to ambulatory providers (170.314.b.6). For the purposes of achieving Meaningful Use, each ambulatory EHR has different interfacing requirements. If the EHR has interfacing requirements other than TCP, a separate one-time license fee is required for the applicable product extension.
All of these interfaces require configuration and testing to ensure the interfaces are working correctly. Many customers choose to configure, test, and map the interfaces themselves. At the customer’s request, Corepoint Health can assist with implementation of the interfaces based on a professional services agreement. Corepoint Health professional services is not required.
One extension license fee covers all interfaces on the server. Interfaces also require a licensed connection which is a one-time license fee. Every connection to a public health agency or provider requires a licensed connection.
Typically for Meaningful Use, Corepoint Integration Engine requires the EHR to actually create the messages and documents that are being delivered.
Please speak with your account executive about your Meaningful Use requirements.
"With the implementation of Corepoint Integration Engine, we reduced the time it takes to develop and implement a new healthcare interface by 75%, at a minimum."—Erik Wolowitz, Senior Programmer Analyst
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