Meaningful Use Resource Center

Sayre Memorial Hospital (OK), Duncan Regional Healthcare
System (OK) and Baptist Healthcare System (KY) discuss how
EV™ helps them attain Meaningful Use of an EHR. Read more.
Tahoe Forest Health System implements T-System EDIS
to meet Meaningful Use and improve documentation.
Read more.

For successful Meaningful Use strategies, the ED can be the secret to success. T-System is dedicated to providing certified EHR technology and expert services to help hospitals achieve their MU goals and receive ARRA funding. Access free resources, strategy guidance and T-System product certification information.

1. An EDIS can be the key to Meaningful Use

Due to the volume of patients and the dedicated staff, the ED can be the key to Meaningful Use - but only with the right solution.

2. CPOE is essential for clinical decision support & data aggregation – key elements of Meaningful Use

“Adoption is easier in the ED because CPOE helps so much with throughput time. On the inpatient side, inpatient physicians who are not at the hospital all day don’t like to login to the system,” Robert Hitchcock, MD, VP & CMIO at T-System. Read "CPOE's Role is Meaningful".

3. Meaningful Use creates true interoperability for meds, allergies and problem lists

The now required, consolidated CDA eliminates duplicate documentation by requiring reconciliation of medications, allergies and problem lists. Eliminate costly interfaces as CDAs can be shared regardless of vendor/product and are cheaper and easier than HL7.

4. Achieve Stage 2 with all ED patients

As the majority of visits and discharges occur in the ED, using all ED patients can reduce risk in case your inpatient system implementation fails and help you achieve success faster.

EV 2014 ONC Certification

EV™ 2014 CCHIT Certification

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EV for Meaningful Use

Certification details

  • Complete content out-of-the-box, speeding implementation and eliminating costs. Begin your 90-day continuous use of EHR technology in a matter of weeks.
  • Fully certified CPOE module with the highest adoption rate in the industry.
  • Certified for “Transitions of Care” measures to securely send care documents from EV™ to other providers
  • Robust reporting tools and pre-built reports specially designed for Meaningful Use attestations.
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EV version 4.1
Meaningful Use 2014 Certification Criteria (170.314)
Certifying Body: CCHIT
CHPL Product Number: CC-2014-239140-1 & CC-2014-239140-2

(a)(1) CPOE (d)(1) Authentication, access control, and authorization
(a)(2) Drug-drug, drug-allergy interaction checks (d)(2) Auditable events and tamper-resistance
(a)(3) Demographics (d)(3) Audit report(s)
(a)(4) Vital Signs, BMI, and growth charts (d)(4) Amendments
(a)(5) Problem list (d)(5) Automatic log-off
(a)(6) Medication list (d)(6) Emergency access
(a)(7) Medication allergy list (d)(7) End-user device encryption
(a)(8) Clinical decision support (d)(8) Integrity
(a)(9) Electronic notes (d)(9) Optional – accounting of disclosures
(a)(10) Drug Formulary checks
(a)(11) Smoking status (e)(1) View, download, and transmit to 3rd party
(a)(12) Image results (e)(2) Clinical summary – ambulatory setting only
(a)(13) Family health history (e)(3) Secure messaging – ambulatory setting only
(a)(14) Patient list creation
(a)(15) Patient-specific education resources (f)(1) Immunization information
(a)(16) Electronic medication administration record – inpatient setting only (f)(2) Transmission to immunization registries
(a)(17) Advance directives – inpatient setting only (f)(3) Transmission to public health agencies - syndromic surveillance
(f)(4) Transmission of reportable laboratory tests and values/results – inpatient setting only
(b)(1) Transitions of care – receive, display, and incorporate transition of care/referral summaries (f)(5) Cancer case information – ambulatory setting only
(b)(2) Transitions of care – create and transmit summary care records (f)(6) Transmission to cancer registries – ambulatory setting only
(b)(3) Electronic prescribing
(b)(4) Clinical information reconciliation (g)(1) Automated numerator recording
(b)(5) Incorporate lab tests and values/results (g)(2) Automated measure calculation
(b)(6) Transmission of electronic lab tests and values/results to ambulatory providers – inpatient setting only (g)(3) Safety-enhanced design
(b)(7) Data portability (g)(4) Quality management system
(c)(1) Clinical quality measures – capture and export
(c)(2) Clinical quality measures – incorporate and calculate
(c)(3) Clinical quality measures – electronic submission

Meets criterion by testing or credit for previously certified product version NOT inspected or certified
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