Z&H Health Care Solutions Announces the Certification of BlueEHS v1.0 as a 2014 Meaningful Use Complete Ambulatory EHR.
MCLEAN, VA: Z&H Health Care Solutions LLC (ZH Healthcare), one of the leaders in offering Health IT solutions, announced that BlueEHS, the Electronic Health Solution that delivers “Health IT as a Service” (HITaaS), has been certified as a 2014 Edition Complete Ambulatory EHR through InfoGard Laboratories.
The certification assures that EHR offers necessary capabilities to enable a provider implementing the EHR to achieve ‘Meaningful Use’. Meaningful Use is the set of standards, defined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that allows providers to earn incentive dollars by complying with a set of specific criteria. To improve the patient care Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs provide financial incentives for the meaningful use of certified EHR technology.
The providers have to present that they are using their EHRs by achieving thresholds for a number of objectives to receive an EHR incentive payment, and avoid penalties. The EHR Incentive Programs are in three stages with increasing requirements. BlueEHS is the first “Health IT as a Service” platform that delivers EHR solutions on a free basis, SaaS model. The platform enables users to build and deploy their health IT solution quickly.
With flexibility and customizability features that deliver unique EHR and Health IT solutions to unique practices and specialties, BlueEHS is popular among Medical providers and Health IT companies. With over 10,000 practices in 75 countries, BlueEHS is adopted by over 1,100 additional practices each month.
"With our mission in mind to make health information technology and electronic medical records affordable and accessible to everyone we set out to radically simplify the process and enhance the tools available to users. Finally we delivered our solution on a pay-as-you-go model” stated Shameem C. Hameed, Founder, Chairman and CEO of ZH Healthcare.
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