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Keane Optimum receives ONC-ATCB Certification

December 9, 2010
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Keane, Inc., a Boston-based IT services and health care information technology firm, announced today that Keane Optimum™, Version 3.1.0, is 2011/2012 compliant and was certified as a Complete EHR on November 19, 2010 by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT), an ONC Authorized Testing and Certification Body.

The 2011/2012 criteria support the Stage 1 meaningful use measures required to qualify eligible providers and hospitals for funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

The ONC-ATCB 2011/2012 certification program tests and certifies that Complete EHRs meet all of the 2011/2012 criteria and EHR Modules meet one or more—but not all—of the criteria approved by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) for either eligible provider or hospital technology, according to Keane.

Keane Optimum, Version 3.1.0, certification number 1112-823400-1 meets all certification criteria under the hospital domain as a Complete EHR. The clinical quality measures to which Keane Optimum, Version 3.1.0 has been certified include: NQF 0371, NQF 0372, NQF 0373, NQF 0374, NQF 0375, NQF 0376, NQF 0435, NQF 0436, NQF 0437, NQF 0438, NQF 0439, NQF 0440, NQF 0441, NQF 0495, and NQF 0497.


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