Certifications

Meaningful Use Stage 3

TenEleven is in the process of developing electronic Clinical Record (eCR™) for Meaningful Use Stage 3 certification.

Meaningful Use Stage 2

electronic Clinical Record (eCR™) is fully certified for Meaningful Use Stage 2 for seeking incentive payments through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).  Stage 2 focus areas include:

  • More rigorous health information exchange (HIE)
  • Increased requirements for e-prescribing and incorporated lab results
  • Electronic transmission of patient care summaries across multiple settings
  • More patient-controlled data

TenEleven will be pursuing Stage 3 certification that will focus on functionality to improve outcomes.

2014 ONC Certified Ambulatory

2014 ONC Certified - Ambulatory

Certificate #:

IG-2655-14-0088

Certified Date:

November 21, 2014

Classification:

Complete EHR

Practice Setting:

Ambulatory

2014 ONC Certified - Inpatient

Certificate #:

IG-2655-14-0089

Certified Date:

November 21, 2014

Classification:

Complete EHR

Practice Setting:

Inpatient

2014 ONC Certified Inpatient

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This Complete EHR is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB 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.

A public version of the EHR test report can be found at http://infogard.com/healthcare_it/onc_certification/ehr_certificates

Vendor Name: TenEleven Group 
Certified EHR Name: electronic Clinical Record (eCR™) 
Certified EHR Version: 2.8 
Certification Date: November 21, 2014 
Requirements Edition: 2014 
Classification: Complete EHR 
Practice Setting: Ambulatory Inpatient
InfoGard Certification #: IG-2655-14-0088 IG-2655-14-0089
Clinical Quality Measures: CMS2, CMS68, CMS126, CMS137, CMS138, CMS156, CMS169, CMS177 CMS55, CMS71, CMS72, CMS73, CMS91, CMS102, CMS104, CMS105, CMS107, CMS108, CMS109, CMS110, CMS111, CMS114, CMS188, CMS190
Additional SW Required MAXMD Direct Mail; Dr. First e-Prescribing

Attestation Disclosure

electronic Clinical Record (eCR™) requires one-time costs for set-up, monthly maintenance costs, both of which are determined by the number of users in the agreed upon contract and any subsequent amendments.  There are additional one-time set-up costs and annual maintenance costs for the following-functionality: Clinical Decision Support, Radiology Image Results, Transmission of Lab Results to Ambulatory Providers, Transitions of Care, Vital Signs & BMI tracking, Patient Education, Amendment Tracking, Clinical Information Reconciliation, Clinical Quality Measures (Pre-Chosen), Syndromic Surveillance, Immunizations, Transmission of reportable labs, Data Portability, Incorporate Lab Tests, E-Prescribing, E-Lab Orders, E-Lab Results, HL7, Direct Email, Patient Portal, Automated Measure Calculation, Clinical Quality Measures, Accounting of Disclosures, create and transmit transition of care/referral summaries.  §170.314(a)(1), §170.314(a)(2), §170.314(a)(5), §170.314(a)(6), §170.314(a)(7), §170.314(a)(8), §170.314(a)(10), §170.314(a)(12), §170.314(a)(15), §170.314(a)(16), §170.314(b)(1), §170.314(b)(2), §170.314(b)(3), §170.314(b)(4), §170.314(b)(5)(A), §170.314(b)(5)(B), §170.314(b)(6), §170.314(b)(7), §170.314(c)(1), §170.314(c)(2), §170.314(c)(3), §170.314(d)(4), §170.314(e)(1), §170.314(e)(2), §170.314(e)(3), §170.314(f)(1), §170.314(f)(2), §170.314(f)(3), §170.314(f)(4), §170.314(g)(2)

For TenEleven hosted solutions, the customer contractually agrees that costs include a defined amount of total data storage before incurring additional charges. Depending on the customer’s needs and requirements, there may be limitations concerning E-lab interfaces, HL7, and Transitions of Care that may require additional development. Depending on the scope of that development there may be additional one-time set-up costs. Beyond that, there are no known limitations. §170.314(b)(6), §170.314(f)(4), §170.314(b)(1), §170.314(b)(2)

*The CMS EHR Certification ID (15 Characters) may be obtained via the CHPL website for EHR products (or product combinations) that meet 100% of the CMS required criteria for Meaningful Use.  Please refer to the CMS website:https://www.cms.gov/EHRIncentivePrograms/32_Attestation.asp#6.

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