Start Attesting and Qualifying for Government Incentives
drchrono is certified as a Complete EHR by the ONC-ATCB. Use drchrono in your practice to qualify for government incentives per the HITECH Act.
Each practitioner in your practice will qualify for $24,000 in Medicare Incentives or $63,750 in Medicaid Incentives.To learn more about Meaningful Use and incentives, sign up for a daily demo.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released changes to the Meaningful Use Program on October 16, 2015 which take effect on December 15, 2015 and continue through 2017.
The drchrono EHR is 2015 compliant and has been certified by the ONC-ATB 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 or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.
drchrono EHR 10.0 was Stage 2 certified by InfoGard on June 20, 2014. Our InfoGard Laboratories Certification Number is IG-2492-14-0047.
Our EHR Vendor Certification ID is 1314E01P5LOOEAR.
CQMs that providers are able to attest with drchrono EHR:
CMS2v3, CMS50v2, CMS68v3, CMS69v2, CMS90v3, CMS122v2, CMS123v2, CMS130v2, CMS131v2, CMS138v2, CMS156v2, CMS165v2, CMS166v3
Transparency & Disclosures
The drchrono EHR is a complete Meaningful Use stage 2 certified EHR system that doctors can use to attest for Meaningful Use. All paid accounts provide the tools needed to meet Meaningful Use certification which include CPOE, e-prescription, reporting, CDS support, drug-drug interactions, drug-allergy interactions, demographics recording, allergy list, medication list, recording vital signs, smoking status & other core MU features. There are no hidden costs associated with our EHR usage when attesting for Meaningful Use. However, a paid plan is required to use Direct Messaging. The plans that include direct messaging are Prometheus, Hippocrates, Apollo & Apollo Plus. Direct Messaging is not required for Meaningful Use attestation, but it's recommended if additional measures are needed.