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CHIME Issues Comments on Temporary Certification Process
Date:4/9/2010

In a letter filed with ONC regarding temporary certification for NPRM, CHIME says it supports the general concept of moving to a two-stage approach for creating a certification process for electronic health records. However CHIME notes that significant questions still surround the creation of the approach, even though it offers a way to deal with the near-term need of accelerating the certification of EHR products.

Ann Arbor, MI (Vocus) April 9, 2010 -- The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has released comments supporting the general concept of moving to a two-stage approach for creating a certification process for electronic health records.

However CHIME notes that significant questions still surround the creation of the approach, even though it offers a way to deal with the near-term need of accelerating the certification of EHR products. It’s essential to certify clinical technology quickly yet thoroughly, so that providers can implement applications that will enable them to receive stimulus funds for meaningful use of EHR technology.

“We are very concerned that the introduction of a two-stage approach for certification will prolong the current instability in the health IT marketplace, which exists because of the un-finalized status of meaningful use and certification regulations,” read CHIME’s comments. “Above all else, providers need a stable marketplace in which vendors can quickly offer and support implementation of certified products.”

CHIME filed its comment letter on April 7 with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology regarding the creation of a temporary certification program for health information technology.

While the regulation provides a short-term solution for certification and solves the need to approve applications quickly, it has the potential to m
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