As your Strategic Partner, DHIT is committed to advancing interoperability standards. We will guide you on your ONC Certification requirements for the 2015 Edition Cures Act.
Cures Act Regulatory Requirements
At Dynamic Health IT, we are excited to take the lead on developing and enhancing software products to meet these new regulatory requirements.
170.315(g)(10) Standardized API for patient and population services
We are updating and enhancing the Dynamic FHIR API for Release 4 and intend to provide a complete FHIR solution that includes bulk export functionality.
Migration from the Common Clinical Dataset to USCDI
All our CCDA generation and consumption capabilities will be enhanced to accommodate relevant criteria.
Multi-factor Authentication and ASTM Updates
We will add multi-factor authentication and ASTM updates for the (d) criteria for all our products currently certified for those criteria.
Over time, on an as-needed basis, we’ll add support for new releases as new standards are approved under the new Standards-Version Advancement Process (SVAP).
The items above will be completed by the end of 2020, with certification to follow Q1, 2021.
170.405 Real World Testing
EHR vendors and developers of certified EHR modules should be cognizant of two rapidly-approaching important deadlines related to the 7 Conditions of Certification:
Submit Real World Test plans as mandated in 170.405 (b)(1) to your ONC-ACB by December 15, 2020*.
Publish terms and conditions for your certified API and make sure you are not “Information Blocking” as of November 2, 2020*.
*Due to the COVID crisis, these requirements have a 3-month enforcement discretion period.
Dynamic Health IT is your Strategic Partner for FHIR, CCDA, and ONC Certification. We are known and respected by certification bodies, EHR vendors, and healthcare providers. When it comes to certification, we offer a comprehensive Gap Analysis and consulting services to ensure successful certification. Our bolt-on certified software can be quickly integrated and fill many of the certification requirements.