The EHR Module is 2014 Edition compliant and was certified by Drummond Group. "The fact that we are among the first vendors to achieve certification is a testament to the talents of our highly skilled and hard-working development team and to our commitment to the maintenance of high-level, in-house expertise regarding meaningful use," said CEO of SRS Evan Steele in a news release.
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SRS EHR Achieves Stage 2 Meaningful Use CertificationWritten by Laura Dyrda | Tuesday, 18 June 2013 14:27
SRS, an electronic health record technology and services company, has completed the first phase of certification for the 2014 Edition of the SRS EHR to help physicians achieve meaningful use and qualify for the government's EHR incentives for stage 2 as well as stage 1.
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