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~ Michael W. Langenberg, CPA

2015 Edition ONC-ACB Certification

PARADIGM® 17    From: QRS, Inc.

Holds Certificate No:    Date Certified: 12/28/2017    Effective Date:  2015 Edition
Modules Tested: 170.315 (a)(2,3, 5,9, 12-14); (b)(1,2, 6-8); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9, 11); (e)(1-3); (f)(1,2); (g)(2-9); (h)(1) 
Clinical Quality Measures tested: 2v6; 22v5; 50v5; 62v5; 65v6; 68v6; 69v5; 75v5; 82v4; 90v6; 117v5; 122v5; 123v5; 124v5; 125v5; 126v5; 127v5; 130v5; 131v5; 134v5; 136v6; 138v5; 139v5; 142v5; 143v5; 146v5; 147v6; 148v5; 149v5; 153v5; 154v5; 155v5; 156v5; 160v5; 161v5; 164v5; 165v5; 166v6; 167v5; 177v5
Additional software used: Micromedex Clinical Knowledge Suite (TRUVEN), MDToolbox 

PARADIGM® 17 may require a one-time fee to establish the online Portal service; a one-time fee to establish Direct Messaging; and a one-time fee to establish all interfaces (i.e. immunization registries, cancer registries, public health agencies, and HIEs).  PARADIGM® 17 requires a signed ‘Master Software Support Agreement’ with a contract term of one year with payment arrangement options of monthly, quarterly, or annually. PARADIGM® 17 requires the license holder to maintain software support which provides access to all necessary third party software, including MDToolbox Direct Messaging.  Currently, PARADIGM® 17 can only support integrations with MDToolbox for Direct Messaging; however, the license holder only needs to communicate with QRS for setup and on-going support.

“This Health IT Module is 2015 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.  This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.”

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