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meaningful-use incentives The Meaningful-Use Security Program is designed to meet the needs of healthcare organizations whose information security programs are at varying stages of maturity. The solu- tion aims to asses compliance with security regulations and minimize risk in preparation for meaningful-use attestation. The program offers three levels of comprehensive analysis: independent verification and validation, meaningful-use review and a top-to-bottom security analysis. Meaningful use is achieved through the implementation and adoption of a certifi ed EHR and a mandatory IT security risk analysis. CynergisTek

Wall station for sitting or standing The compact, ergonomic design of the V6 wall station offers comfortable caregiver computer use while sitting or standing, depending on the ap- plication. This easily positioned, lightweight unit has a track width of less than fi ve inches and offers a customizable track length, allowing it to fi t into existing spaces. Moni- tor and keyboard supports adjust to accommodate the ergonomic re- quirements of 95 percent of users.

Features in-clude single- or dual-monitor support, limited surface areas for easy cleaning and a clever internal cable management solution. Humanscale

High-def portable endoscopic camera The endogo HD Portable Endoscopic Im- aging System can capture, store and share endoscopic images. The combination of data acquisition, storage, management and the synchronization of patient folders in an easy- to-use web application makes it possible to send an image or video over a secured con- nection to a referring doctor outside the facility. The unit easily couples with both fl exible and rigid endoscopes. The camera has built-in light-source optimization for high-quality imaging and a 3.5-inch removable LCD touch screen for multimedia playback. Cook Medical 30 December 2011 Track and report

meaningful-use compliance MicroMD Version 7.5 provides users with a fl exible,

easy-to-use solution for transitioning paper-based workfl ow into electronic medical records that improve patient care and reduce administrative overhead and operating costs. The system’s built-in features speed access to patient fi les and streamline the transmission of medical records to other healthcare professionals. User-customizable tools make it easy for providers to track compliance with meaningful-use objectives and clinical quality measures to qualify for fi nancial payments available through Stage 1 of the CMS EHR Incen- tive Program. Henry Schein MicroMD

Touch-screen next-gen LIS Sunquest Laboratory version

7.0 features a new, intuitive, inter- active and customizable graphical user interface (GUI) developed in partnership with existing lab cli-

ents. The GUI provides an improved and more personalized user experience through the optional use of touch-screen technology. Sunquest Laboratory v7.0 establishes the foun- dation for industry-advancing user experience standards, workfl ow and solution design enhancements. Introduced with version 7.0 is Sunquest Laboratory Clinical Validation, a module that automates the review process for microbiol- ogy test results requiring multi-level review or pathologist analysis. Sunquest Information Systems

Super-smart mobile technology cabinet The Mobile Technology Cabinet

(MTC) was designed to optimize maneu- verability by blending premium cabinet aesthetics with the fl exibility of mobile computing carts. Its compact footprint limits space requirements, and its adjust- able-height capabilities allow users to sit or stand while using the MTC. Key features include the ability to conceal technology when doors are closed, 20 unique fi nish options and a large work surface with a raised edge. This cart is equipped with battery-life tracking software and sends e-mail alerts directly to IT when issues arise. Rubbermaid


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