DocSite Meets Final 'Meaningful Use' Rule for Doctors and Hospitals
DocSite deployed with a certified e-prescribing application meets CMS EHR Meaningful Use Final
Rule Criteria for Stage 1 final rules and for Stage 2 criteria as written. Using DocSite demonstrably
improves healthcare, with users typically improving compliance with care and quality guidelines
from 25% to 50% within a three month to one year period. Further, DocSite users can submit for
payment through the DocSite industry leading PQRI data solution for 2010 and 2011.
Raleigh, NC, July 14, 2010 --(PR.com)-- DocSite's award-winning, web-based quality improvement
platform meets all Stage 1 requirements for Meaningful Use, when paired with an electronic prescribing
DocSite, a leading supplier of quality care and performance management technologies to the healthcare
market, announced today that when paired with an e-prescribing application, DocSite meets all of the
final "meaningful use" Stage 1 requirements announced today by the Department of Health and Human
Services (HHS) under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH)
provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).
DocSite has long focused on providing innovative, affordable, web-based technologies that improve
quality at the point of care. "The final 'meaningful use' rule announced by HHS today validates DocSite's
workflow friendly, common sense approach to delivering actionable clinical decision support and
elegantly simple and effective patient population management tools at the point of care. We are excited to
see in the final rule that DocSite is exactly the kind of technology platform contemplated by the drafters
of the HITECH Act to improve quality care and reduce costs. We look forward to quickly completing the
certification process," says Paul T. Sheils, CEO of DocSite.
DocSite provides a comprehensive, all-condition care management platform that seamlessly incorporates
the latest evidence-based clinical treatment