An update on EHRs certified for Meaningful Use 2 in April

April 25, 2014

In recent months, close to 65 electronic health record (EHR) systems have been certified to meet Meaningful Use 2 criteria for complete EHR systems.

 

In recent months, close to 65 electronic health record (EHR) systems have been certified to meet Meaningful Use 2 criteria for complete EHR systems, bringing the total number of certified vendors to 97 as of mid-April 2014. This update, from The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, lists all 2014 certified complete EHR systems (as of April 16, 2014). This list, starting on p. 2, includes systems targeting primary care, subspecialists, and other healthcare services.

(Please note: This list is only for complete EHR systems, and many other modular EHR systems have been approved. To access the list of 2014 approved modular EHRs, go to http://www.healthit.gov/policy-researchers-implementers/certified-health-it-product-list-chpl)