HealthPort, a top-25 company in the healthcare information technology industry, today announced that it is providing a money-back guarantee that its Electronic Health Record (EHR) software, HealthPort EHR, will meet certification requirements for Meaningful Use as set forth in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009. Now that the federal guidelines for receiving funding under the HITECH program have been established, physicians must invest in an EHR system in order to qualify for the federal stimulus reimbursement. Due to the Meaningful Use requirements, ensuring that the EHR will equip healthcare providers to be compliant is a top priority.
“If HealthPort’s deployed software can be shown to not meet ARRA requirements, we will refund the amount that the client paid for the software,” says Larry Armold, Vice President and General Manager, Solutions Division, HealthPort. “Ensuring that HealthPort EHR lives up to our clients’ expectations and the dictates of ARRA are of utmost importance to us. We have complete faith in the quality of our product.”
With a proven track record for quality customer service, innovative technology, and trusted expertise, HealthPort EHR enables physician practices and community health centers to realize the benefits of electronic records: enhanced patient care, streamlined business processes and improved financial outcomes. It strikes the critical balance between documentation that enables necessary reporting, and the flexibility needed to protect existing workflow. The success of HealthPort’s EHR is evident in its impressive track record, with more than 80% of customers installed for one year or more.