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EyeMD EMR v 1.2 with CQM
Costs and Limitations
EyeMD Electronic Medical Records Version 1.2 with CQM
Developed by EyeMD EMR Healthcare Systems
EHR Modular (Ambulatory)
Hold certificate No. 07022015-0308-5
Date Certified: 07/02/2015
Modules Tested: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-8); (e)(1-3); (f)(1, 3); (g)(2-4)
Clinical Quality Measures tested: 68v4; 69v3; 90v4; 131v3; 133v3; 138v3; 142v3; 143v3; 147v4;
165v3; 166v4; 167v3
Additional software used: NewCropRx, Surescripts Network for Clinical Interoperability
This EHR Module is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Additional Costs or Fees:
NewCrop, LLC is employed to provide support for the following measures:
o Drug-drug and drug-allergy check (170.314(a)(2)) – Interventions are automatically processed and indicate to user any drug-drug or drug-allergy contraindications based on a patient’s medication list and/or medication allergy list.
o Drug formulary check (170.314(a)(10)) – Users are able to check if drugs are in a formulary or preferred drug list
o Receive, Display, Incorporate Summary Record (170.314(b)(1)) – An electronic patient record is able to be received, shown, and imported into a patient record from an external source.
o Create and Transmit Summary Care Record (170.314(b)(2)) – An electronic patient record is able to be generated and sent to an external source.
o E-Prescribing (170.314(b)(3)) – Provider is able to enter, record, and transmit patient prescriptions to pharmacy electronically
o View, Download, Transmit to 3rd Party (170.314(e)(1)) – Ability to provide patients and their authorized representatives with an online means to obtain electronic patient record.
o Secure Messaging (170.314(e)(3)) – Ability to send secure communications between providers and/or between provider and patient.
If ePrescription services (including drug/drug and drug allergy checks) are required in the
Eligible Physician’s practice, NewCrop must be licensed per provider. A monthly ongoing fee is charged by NewCrop for ongoing access to these services. In order to activate these services, the Eligible Physician’s office notifies EyeMD EMR that they wish to utilize NewCrop, and EyeMD EMR facilitates enrollment and connectivity through NewCrop. Once activated, there are no limits to the number of transactions that can be processed.
E-Prescribing Technical Limitations: No technical limitations.
If Secure Messaging services are required in the Eligible Physician’s practice, NewCrop needs to be licensed per provider. A monthly ongoing fee is charged by NewCrop for ongoing access to these services. In order to activate these services, the Eligible Physician’s office notifies EyeMD EMR that they wish to utilize NewCrop, and EyeMD EMR facilitates enrollment and connectivity through NewCrop. Once activated, there are no limits to the number of messages that can be processed.
In order to be able to send summary care messages by Secure Messaging the provider needs to register for a direct messaging address. This is a secured method of communication that works similar to email, but requires identity checks to verify identity of sender and receiver, since Protected Health Information will be shared.
Secure Messaging Technical Limitations: If a receiving provider is not registered for a direct messaging address, they will not be able to receive any files for patients you have transitioned to their care. EyeMD EMR utilizes the SureScripts HISP for sending messages. The provider will not be able to use a different HISP/HIE.
EyeMD EMR version 1.2 with CQM has an integrated image management system that enables images and diagnostic tests to be imported directly into the patient chart, either using legacy imaging systems or by utilizing DICOM, the standard for handling, storing, printing and transmitting information in medical imaging.
In order to directly interface with diagnostic machines to import image results, individual diagnostic machine vendors may require one-time costs to establish interfaces, upgrade licenses or provide hardware proprietary to the their machines in order to connect them to the provider’s network.
Imaging Technical Limitations – If the diagnostic machine is unable to export images and/or data over the network, then they will need to be scanned into EyeMD EMR. If a provider wishes to connect a diagnostic machine that EyeMD EMR has not previously connected to, EyeMD EMR may need to develop an interface to that machine at no cost to the provider.
Miscellaneous Third-Party Interfaces
o Transmission to Immunization Registries (170.314(f)(2)) – Ability to send immunization information to state or public health registries
o Syndromic Surveillance (170.314(f)(3)) – Ability to send disease specific information to state or public health registries
EyeMD EMR version 1.2 with CQM may require one-time costs to establish interfaces for reporting to immunization registries and public health agencies, as well as ongoing monthly support fees in the situation where the registries elect to charge EyeMD EMR or the provider for development or connection to their registry. This fee will enable the provider to have full access to their respective registries.
Third-Party Interface Technical Limitations: Each registry will need to be evaluated on an individual basis to determine if connectivity is possible.
o Patient-specific education resources (170.314(a)(15))
EyeMD EMR version 1.2 with CQM may require subscription costs to incorporate external licensed content in the situation where the education vendor elects to charge EyeMD EMR or the provider for licensing of their material. Licensing is generally per provider per year, but may vary among different vendors.
Other Services related to Meaningful Use
o 170.314(e)(2) Clinical Summaries
o 170.314(e)(3) Secure Messaging
EyeMD EMR version 1.2 with CQM may require one-time costs to establish and configure the web-portal if an Eligible Physician decides to install web portal on their servers. EyeMD EMR version 1.2 requires ongoing monthly costs to support the web-portal services hosted internally by EyeMD EMR.
Each practice is required to sign a License Agreement upon purchase of EyeMD EMR, which covers all providers using the EMR within that practice. In addition, in order to receive ongoing updates and releases, the practice needs to enter into a maintenance agreement based on number of providers, which is renewable every year.
For a full list of contractual obligations please refer to your license agreement.