PCEHR-compatible Best Practice in pre-release

Best Practice is planning to begin the roll-out of its PCEHR-compatible version, which is currently being installed in beta sites for field testing, in the next few weeks.

Best Practice passed all of its conformance testing for the PCEHR with NEHTA in late January but it is still testing the new version before a general roll-out, general manager Craig Hodges said.

The current version allows users to qualify for the eHealth Practice Incentives Program (ePIP) as it is compliant with the first four requirements.

“We’re very aware how keen our customers are to access a PCEHR-capable version of Best Practice, and our product development team have been working furiously to make that a reality,” Mr Hodges said.

“We have given a pre-release version of this to interested third parties like Medicare Locals, and we will be installing it in beta test sites this and next week.

“If no issues are found in the beta sites after two weeks, we’ll make it a general release at that stage.”

Posted in Australian eHealth

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