Certifications for the VieCure™ Oncology Platform
VieCure's Drummond Group Certification for Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances
VieCure has received certification from Drummond Group for the e-prescribing of controlled substances through the Surescripts network. Drummond Group is a global software test and certification lab that serves a wide range of vertical industries. In healthcare, Drummond Group tests and certifies Controlled Substance Ordering Systems (CSOS), Electronic Prescription of Controlled Substances (EPCS) software and processes, and Electronic Health Records (EHRs) – designating the trusted test lab as the only third-party certifier of all three initiatives designed to move the industry toward a digital future.
VieCure's Surescripts Certification for Legend
The VieCure Platform is Surescripts® certified for legend drug prescribing. This certification enables clinicians to order prescriptions electronically directly from the VieCure platform to the Surescripts network, the largest network of EHRs, health systems, pharmacies, health information exchanges, and long-term and post-acute care facilities. E-prescribing eliminates the manual prescription process, improves patient safety buy reducing the potential for errors and has been shown to improve medication adherence.
VieCure's Real World Test Plan CY 2022
This is the real world test plan for CY 2022 for VieCure certified EHR solution. It provides the real world test measurements and metrics that meet the intent and objectives of ONC’s Condition of Certification and Maintenance of Certification requirement for real world testing to evaluate compliance with the certification criteria and interoperability of exchanging electronic health information (EHI) within the care and practice setting which it is targeted for use.
VieCure's Certification under the ONC Health IT
The 2015 Edition Health IT Certification Criteria (2015 Edition) builds on past rulemakings to facilitate greater interoperability for several clinical health information purposes and enables health information exchange through new and enhanced certification criteria, standards, and implementation specifications. Taking into account public comments received on the 2015 Proposed Rule, the final rule continues to focus on the establishment of an interoperable nationwide health information infrastructure.