Stat to release PCEHR version, integrate DocAppointments

Stat Health Systems has passed its testing for PCEHR integration and will be releasing its PCEHR-enabled version before the May 1 deadline for the eHealth Practice Incentives Program (ePIP), with which the Stat product is now fully compliant.

Stat Health CEO Carla Doolan said the upgrades will begin on Monday, April 29, and the product will be listed on NEHTA's ePIP product register as soon as NEHTA has sent the conformance certificate.

Ms Doolan said her team had been liaising with clients throughout the process to ensure they are aware of what they need to register for the ePIP incentives, as well as making information available to them as to where they can seek help with the process.

The company had also organised tailor-made tutorials through GoToMeeting, using Stat's test environment to show how the PCEHR system works in the product.

“We are really delighted with how it looks in the program and believe we have made it as quick and easy for the clinicians as possible.” she said.

With the PCEHR work now finalised, Stat is planning further development of new functionality including integration of the DocAppointments online booking system and integrating voice dictation into the software, she said.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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