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ChartLogic EHR 8.1 Attains ONC-ACB Complete EHR 2014 Edition Certification

ChartLogic, Inc. announced today that ChartLogic EHR 8.1 is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified as a Complete EHR Ambulatory by the Drummond Group, 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 certification number is 03062014‐1891‐8. The date certified is March 6, 2014. Modules tested and certified include: 170.314(a)(1‐15); 170.314(b)(1‐5, 7); 170.314(c)(1‐3); 170.314(d)(1‐8); 170.314(e)(1‐3); 170.314(f)(1‐3) and 170.314(g)(2‐4). Clinical quality measures tested and certified include: CMS065v3; CMS117v2; CMS123v2, CMS126v2, CMS127v2, CMS138v2, CMS153v2, CMS165v2 and CMS166v3. Additional software relied upon for certification include: DrFirst Rcopia, MS SQL Server Reports, Surescripts, Network for Clinical Interoperability, and Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative.

ChartLogic EHR 8.1 is product of ChartLogic, Inc. At this date, the company is one of fewer than 80 vendors with a product certified as a Complete EHR Ambulatory.

“Only 10% of EHR vendors that serve physician practices, clinics and surgery centers have attained the 2014 Edition Complete EHR Ambulatory certification. This means the vast majority of eligible providers will not have the means to achieve attestation for Meaningful Use and will not qualify for the financial incentives, unless of course, they switch vendors,” said Zubin Emsley, CEO of ChartLogic, Inc. “We make it easy by offering our EMR for no up-front cost, zero dollars to switch from your current vendor to ChartLogic or to implement our EMR as your first. This way, an ambulatory practice doesn’t have to spend money to make money.”

ChartLogic EHR 8.1 is a Cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution. Customers who use ChartLogic EHR 8.1 do not have to invest in any additional hardware and do not have to perform any IT-related maintenance activities.

About ChartLogic, Inc.

Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, ChartLogic, Inc. has been developing and delivering healthcare technology solutions since 1994. The company offers a full ambulatory EHR suite, including electronic medical record, practice management, revenue cycle management, e-prescribing, patient portal and more. For additional information, visit the corporate website at www.chartlogic.com and request a demonstration.

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