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CHIME Issues Comments on the Permanent Certification Process NPRM
Date:5/1/2010

Responding in its comments to ONC on proposed regulations for the permanent certification program, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) calls for sufficient capacity and consistency.

Ann Arbor, MI (Vocus) May 1, 2010 -- The proposed program to certify electronic health record technology will create challenges for the government in ensuring the process has sufficient capacity to handle demand in the early months of the program while achieving consistent results from the various organizations that will be certifying systems.

Responding in its comments to proposed regulations for the permanent certification program, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) said the effort is important for fostering the use of electronic health records, and the government should focus adequate attention and resources to ensure the success of the program.

CHIME’s comments are in response to a Notice of Proposed Rule-Making issued by the Office of the National Coordinator for Healthcare IT. Responses to the proposed rule are due by May 10.

“All certification efforts, whether provisional or permanent, need to focus on developing a program to approve clinical applications for achieving meaningful use criteria,” CHIME’s comment letter said. “In the immediate term, this will represent a significant effort.”

In responding to whether certification should expand to other technologies, CHIME noted that the priority must be on the EHR certification program. “To use a common analogy, this program needs to ‘walk’ and create an effective process for assuring products can help providers achieve meaningful use objectives, before it tries to ‘run’ by expanding scope beyond the immediate needs.”

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