With the American Hospital Association (AHA)lobbyingthe Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to further reduce regulatory burdens associated with Stage 3 of the meaningful use program (MU3), it is obvious that hospital systems are incredibly challenged with meeting these requirements.
One of the difficulties is meeting the MU3 information exchange attestation and objectives. This is why RosettaHealthrecently launched its new EasyExchange Solution, which offers hospital systems a simple, all-in-one solution to meet MU3 information exchange attestation and objectives.
With one standard connection into a hospital’s EHR, EasyExchange helps meet all the MU3 information exchange requirements including coordination of care, secure messaging, patient portals and API access, and much more.
As a result of this new one-stop-shop solution, hospitals can comply and attest to all the information exchange objectives of MU3 in the matter of days. Following are additional advantages of EasyExchange for hospitals:
MU3 Attestation Assured: RosettaHealth components are certified to meet all the MU3 objectives of information exchange. Additionally, RosettaHealth is part of the largest trust networks including DirectTrust, CommonWell, eHealth Exchange and others assuring connections to all other EHRs.
Comprehensive Solution:RosettaHealth’s cloud-based SaaS infrastructure is a comprehensive solution for helping hospitals to attest and meet all MU3 objectives for information exchange.
Plug-and-Play Solution:RosettaHealth’s XD interface is a simple way to put MU3 functionality into any hospital. EasyExchange is plug-and-play compatible with all systems including Epic, MEDITECH, Cerner, Seimens, and QuadraMed.
Streamlined Patient Provisioning:TheRosettaHealth team will work with hospital staff to streamline and automate their patient provisioning processes, as well as reduce the need to upgrade their current EHR systems. This is a new concierge-like service that is truly unique in the HIT arena.
In addition, EasyExchange reduces problems with delays and efforts to integrate different systems. The solution also minimizes incremental fees from vendors for each new connection, and ensures no more incompatibilities in exchanging data.