The ONC-ATCB certification allows doctors using the Avazen Health system to achieve ‘Meaningful Use’ requirements and qualify for $44,000 in government incentives.
By achieving this certification, Avazen EHR claims to becomes one of the first free EHRs based on the Web 2.0 platform to be certified for Meaningful Use. The company’s Web 2.0 platform allows physicians to use any device they choose to access the system, ranging from traditional PCs to the iPad and Android based tablets. It also means that the application will not only run but also behave in a consistent manner on all platforms. Physicians will have to use the system for 90 days to qualify for government incentives.
“The ability for physicians to access and use our application from any device has the potential to revolutionize the way doctors use and think of their EHR solution,” said Avazen Health CEO Shariq Inamullah. “They are no longer tied to a device or a platform to treat a patient. They are also able to share and collaborate with the patients to make the treatment process more purposeful to the patient, resulting in greater patient satisfaction.”
Avazen EHR offers all the features needed for a small medical office to manage their practice and streamline their revenue. Some of the features offered are:
- Charting with customizable templates and electronic prescribing
- Integrated billing with electronic remittance advice (ERA)
- Patient portal to share medical information with the patients
- Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)