|By PR Newswire||
|January 17, 2014 10:48 AM EST||
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Medflow is pleased to announce the first successful deployment of Medflow version 8.1, the company's 2014 Meaningful Use Certified version. This is a tremendous milestone and accomplishment that demonstrates the leadership role Medflow maintains in the eye care industry.
The Eye Center of Central PA went live with Medflow version 8.1 on January 1, 2014 readying the practice to report for Stage 2 Meaningful Use. This continues The Eye Center of Central PA's history of leadership in the industry, as they were the first eye care practice to successfully attest to and be paid for Stage 1 Meaningful Use.
Jim Messier, Medflow Vice President of Sales and Marketing states, "We are extremely fortunate to have a partner like The Eye Center of Central PA who knows and understands the importance of working with a software tool like the Medflow EHR. We are delighted the rollout has been a complete success." Scott Peterson, CIO for The Eye Center of Central PA says, "We have been a partner with Medflow for over five years and have always been on the cutting edge with our clinical practice because of the products and services Medflow provides. This update is a huge success and sets Medflow apart for all other competitors in the eye care field."
Medflow will install the 2014 Meaningful Use Certified version, v8.1, in over 560 practices over the next three to four months. This change will standardize its entire installed client base with a software version that is enabled to satisfy every regulatory requirement including Meaningful Use Stages 1 and 2, ICD-10 and SNOMED codes.
About Medflow, Inc.
Celebrating 15 years of excellence in eye care, Medflow was the first eye care specific EHR to be certified for 2014 Meaningful Use. A clear leader in the industry, Medflow is currently being used daily by more than 2,400 eye care physicians in 560 practices nationwide.
About The Eye Center of Central PA
The Eye Center of Central PA is a leading ophthalmology and optometry practice located in central Pennsylvania. The practice has grown significantly over the last five years reaching out to over one hundred miles radius from its main location and ambulatory surgery center. It continues to represent the best in eye care in the region and on a national level. The practice will be one of the first in the country to meet the new 2014 Stage 2 meaningful use guidelines and maximize on all government incentive programs recognized for the utilization of standards based, certified electronic health records software.
SOURCE Medflow, Inc.