AccuMed Behavioral Health EHR – AccuMed V12.11 – Certified for 2014 Meaningful Use

Great Neck, N.Y. – Accumedic Computer Systems, Inc. has reached another
milestone in their ongoing mission to deliver industry-leading, intelligent EHR solutions to
behavioral healthcare providers nationwide. AccuMed EHR has achieved ONC-HIT 2014
Edition Complete Certification (Meaningful Use Certification) via Drummond Group LLC, an Authorized Certification Body
(ACB) that has been empowered to test software for compliance with the requirements of
the federal government’s program. The stamp of approval designates that the software offers
the functionality that enables eligible providers and hospitals to meet Stage 1 and Stage 2
Meaningful Use requirements, qualifying these organizations to receive payments under the
ongoing EHR adoption program.

Peter Matulich , COO of Accumedic Computer Systems states, “for more than 30 years we
have been successfully guiding our partner agencies through the dynamic changes in behavioral healthcare
IT. This certification is another important step along our ongoing journey to help clients lower costs, and
improve the quality of care and outcomes.” Peter continues, “We believe that this certification for
Meaningful Use Stage 2 will help confirm to our partner agencies and future clients alike that AccuMed
EHR is the intelligent management solution for long-term agency success and sustainability.
To earn the certification, AccuMed™ EHR was tested to be in accordance with applicable
standards and certification criteria put forth by the Department of Health and Human Services

About Accumedic Computer Systems, Inc.

Since 1977 Accumedic has been dedicated to providing intelligent workflow management
solutions for behavioral healthcare. Our adaptable, web-based, AccuMed EHR provides
agencies with the ability to effectively manage all of their programs and integrate every aspect
of their clinical documentation and revenue cycles within a single intelligent solution. To learn
more about how we can help simplify your workflow and improve the overall quality of care
and outcomes go to

*Costs and Limitations

AccuMed EHR v12.11 Complete EHR is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
AccuMed, Accumedic Computer Systems, Inc., June 4, 2015, Product Version 12.11, Complete EHR Ambulatory, Certification ID number: 06042015-0118-6.
Modules tested: 170.314 (a)(1-15); (b)(1-5, 7); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-8); (e)(1-3); (f)(1-3); (g)(2-4),

Clinical Quality Measures tested: 68v4; 69v3; 117v3; 125v3; 130v3; 138v3; 147v4; 155v3; 165v3.
Additional software relied upon to certify: DrFirst Rcopia, EMR Direct phiMail®.
The additional costs beyond the initial purchase or upgrade of AccuMed V12.11 from Accumedic Computer Systems. Inc. (ACS), for an Eligible Provider to attempt to utilize AccuMed EHR v12.11 are: All modules required for Meaningful Use Stage 2; those that are not included in the base price of the EHR are detailed below. Costs: Hosted clients: One-time implementation services; Recurring Maintenance and cloud access fees per-named or per concurrent user. Non Hosted clients: acquisition of hardware in accordance with our minimum hardware requirements. One-time implementation services; Recurring Maintenance and license fees.

The following modules, maybe required to attain meaningful use and are not included in the base price of the EHR.
Patient Portal – allows patients to secure message their provider and view their health information online, download a summary of their health information and then transmit to the requested provider and is required to comply with 170.314(e)(3) Secure Messaging and 170.314(e)(1) View, Download, and Transmit to a Third Party certification criteria. Additional fees required: Monthly subscription fee based on total number of providers. Limitations: None

E-Prescribing – requires DrFirst Rcopia licensing which allows providers to record allergies, electronically prescribe medications, perform drug-drug, drug-allergy interaction checks and drug formulary checks and is required to comply with 170.314(a)(2) Drug-Drug, Drug-Allergy Interaction Checks, 170.314(a)(10) Drug Formulary Checks and 170.314(b)(3) Electronic Prescribing certification criteria. Additional Fees: One-time identity proofing fee per provider in addition to monthly subscription fee per provider. Limitations: None

E-Labs – requires AccuMed Lab Interface to comply with 170.314(b)(5)(A) Incorporate Laboratory Tests and Values/Results certification criteria. Additional Fees: Module cost and maintenance or Monthly per provider subscription Limitations: None

Direct Messaging – requires, EMR Direct phiMail® licensing allows users to send summaries of care to other clinics using Direct technologies. To comply with 170.314(b)(1) Transitions of Care: Received, Display & Incorporate Summaries (C-CDA) and 170.314(b0(2) Transitions of Care – Create and Transmit Summary of Care Records (C-CDA) certification criteria. Additional Fees/Limitations One-time identity proofing fee per provider in addition to monthly subscription fee per provider. Limitations: As of 4/7/16, Emr Direct has trust relationships in place with numerous third party HISPs, including all DirectTrust Accredited Network participating HISPs, Microsoft HealthVault, and the Massachusetts Health Information.

Each trust network may impose its own restrictions and/or limitations upon participants, including eligibility requirements. To successfully send to and/or receive from a counter party endpoint, Direct exchange specifications may require the active cooperation of that counter party’s HISP and/or Health IT vendor. Any limitations or restrictions imposed by the counter party and/or their vendor(s), such as implementation of trust policies that restrict inbound and/or outbound messages, non-conformance with relevant technical requirements, and/or payload constraints, may negatively impact the ability to successfully exchange Direct messages with that counter party. Establishing connectivity with a third party HISP with whom we do not have an existing trust relationship may require hourly technical support fees and/or other one-time setup fees, and may not always be possible. Customers are responsible for any interconnection fees or other fees charged by third party HISPs and/or trust networks

*A certification that is issued to an integrated bundle of EHR Modules shall be treated the same as a certification issued to a Complete EHR except that it must also indicate each EHR Module that comprises the bundle; *A certification issued to a Complete EHR or EHR Module based on applicable certification
criteria adopted by the ONC at subpart C of this part must be separate and distinct from any other certification(s) based on other criteria or requirements.