ROCKVILLE, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Secure Exchange Solutions announced receipt of the ONC HIT 2014 Edition Release 2 Modular EHR certification for SES Direct. This certification affirms that SES Direct offers the functionality required for our inpatient and ambulatory provider customers to comply with the recently expanded 2014 Edition health IT certification criteria announced by ONC that is focused on secure transports, specifically the §170.314(h)(1) criteria of Direct Messaging standard.
Drummond Group conducted the testing and certification, naming Secure Exchange Solutions as one of the first newly certified products for this criteria. ONCs 2014 Edition Release 2 criteria decouples the creation of summary care content from the secure transport capabilities. With the certification, Secure Exchange Solutions can provide greater flexibility to providers and hospitals in achieving interoperability within their networks.
“As health information exchange continues to mature, providing our customers with smarter ways to connect within the healthcare ecosystem while continuing to meet Meaningful Use goals is critical,” said Dan Kazzaz, CEO of Secure Exchange. “At Secure Exchange, we are committed to offering our hospitals, providers and nationwide partner network the most advanced secure transport solutions that are flexible, integrated into their enterprise workflow, and adhere to the latest standards. This certification demonstrates our continued commitment to better serve our customer and partner base, ensuring the ability to leverage the Direct network regardless of existing HIT investments. Our customers have access to their patient information where and when they need it.”
Secure Exchange provides connectivity and secure transport to a rapidly expanding network of hospitals, providers, accountable care organizations, health information exchanges, health plans, health insurance exchanges and consumers directly and through the SES partner program.
About Secure Exchange Solutions
Secure Exchange Solutions sets the standard for seamless, scalable, secure connectivity across organizational boundaries. As an industry-leading health information service provider, Secure Exchange Solutions protects, streamlines and delivers sensitive and critical health care information while ensuring compliance and improving efficiency and quality. Hospitals, health systems, physicians, health plans and channel partners rely on Secure Exchange Solutions for integrated secure communications that expand their reach. For more information, please visit www.secureexsolutions.com.
SES Direct 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 or guarantee the receipt of
Secure Exchange Solutions
Version 126.96.36.199 – Certified 04/10/2015 - 2014 Edition EHR Modular Certification
Certification Numbers: 04102015-0194-1 EHR Module (Ambulatory), 04102015-0195-01 EHR Module (Inpatient)
- Utilization - Section 170.314 (g)(4) Quality Management System
- Transport Methods – Section 170.314.(h)(1) – Direct Protocol Transport with CCDA
No clinical quality measures were tested and no additional software
A certified EHR is required for meaningful use with this software. Providers are not required to integrate SES Direct into their EHR systems in order to attest for Meaningful Use.
Support for integration of this certified product-version with other ONC certified systems may require additional one-time license costs. Support and use of this certified product may require ongoing annual subscription costs to support Direct Protocol Transport with CCDA (170.314.h.1).
*A certification that is issued to an integrated bundle of EHR
Modules shall be treated the same as a certification issued to a
Complete EHR except that it must also indicate each EHR Module that
comprises the bundle;
*A certification issued to a Complete EHR or EHR Module based on applicable certification criteria adopted by the ONC at subpart C of this part must be separate and distinct from any other certification(s) based on other criteria or requirements.