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SNOMED CT Vendor-created Vocabulary ICD9-CM Billing CPT Codes Generated E&M Quick Coder Integrated Charted Data is Unstructured


CCHIT Earlier (Obsolete Now) CCHIT 2008 CCHIT 2011 ONC ATCB Meaningful Use** First Databank/Gold/Multum Vendor Created/Maintained No Rx-Rx, Allergy Checking MEDCIN


W=Windows M=Mac U=Unix A=All


DICOM (Imaging) LOINC (Laboratory) RxNorm (Pharmacy)


EHR-Lite Upgradable to EMR Combined EHR + PMS Supports Opt. Patient Portal Supports In-office Kiosk Workflow Engine Embedded HL7 Messaging CCD/CCR


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