This Complete EHR certification is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by 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. Drummond Group is accredited by ANSI and approved by ONC for the ONC HIT Certification Program to certify: Complete EHR, EHR Module (all), and Certification of other types of HIT for which the Secretary has adopted certification criteria under Subpart C of 45 CFR.
Vendor Name: ChartLogic, Inc.
Product Version: ChartLogic 8.1
Date Certified: 03/06/2014
Drummond Group Inc. Certification Numbers: 03132013-1890-8, 03062014‐1891‐8
Modules Tested: 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); 170.314(g)(2‐4)
Clinical Quality Measures Tested: CMS065v3; CMS117v2; CMS123v2; CMS126v2; CMS127v2; CMS138v2; CMS153v2; CMS165v2; CMS166v3
Additional Software Used: DrFirst Rcopia, MS SQL Server Reports, Surescripts Network for Clinical Interoperability, Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative
Costs and Limitations
The certified product-version may require ongoing monthly costs to support online patient portal services (170.314.e.1) and ePrescribe services provided through DrFirst Rcopia (170.314.a.2). Patient portal services allow patients access to view their health information online, as well as download and transmit a summary of their healthcare information to a third party electronically, and ePrescribe services check for drug-drug and drug-allergy interactions. The ongoing monthly costs are flat rate per provider. There are no technical or practical limitations. The only contractual limitation is that all providers at the practice subscribe to online patient portal services and ePrescribe services.
The certified product-version may require one-time costs to establish interfaces for reporting to health information exchanges, immunization registries, and other public health agencies. (170.314.f.2, 170.314.f.4, 170.314.f.6). The one-time cost is charged at the practice level per interface. There might be technical or practical limitations depending on the type of interface, the registry selected, or the hardware hosting the interface. The speed of the hardware and internet access for either the practice or registry could physical limit the speed an number of records that can be sent, and the interface used could require more processing power which could reduce the speed in which records are sent. There are no contractual limitations.
The certified product-version uses Surescripts Network for Clinical Interoperability for direct messaging (170.314.e.3). A technical limitation to sending direct messages is that the recipient of the message must belong to a EHNAC-DirectTrust DTAAP certified network. There are no technical or contractual limitations limiting the number of direct messages that can be sent.