Steady as she goes; no running in the halls of Meaningful Use.

Access My Records, Inc. (AMR) - The CMS extended for a year the deadline for health care providers to meet Stage 2 and it amounts to barely a whisper of change to EHR/EMR companies. An extension for care providers does not equal a delay for EHR/EMR companies introducing Meaningful Use Stage 2 compliant versions of their products.

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Access My Records, Inc.

AMR's focus on advanced integrated patient portal solutions for EHR/EMR vendors withstands the shifts in compliance schedules without pause.

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) December 11, 2013

Access My Records, Inc. (AMR), - AMR, a leading cloud-based patient portal solutions provider to the EHR/EMR markets, like many in the industry, received the late-day notice last Friday that yet another change was issued for Meaningful Use. The key point was the extension of MU2 for care providers—not a delay for EHR/EMR companies. For EHR/EMR companies with a weak or uncertified solution, this should not be interpreted as a license to delay or an unmitigated reprieve from making your difficult decision to ‘build or buy’ MU-2 compliant solutions.

“Staying on top of these changes and understanding the timing, the markets and the specific constituencies they impact allows us to temper our reaction to changes such as this extension. How we may differ from other companies really comes down to our longer-term view of the industry and the capabilities of our solutions built up over time. We have always been ‘ahead of the curve’ on clinical and consumer value, EHR integration technologies, and the long-standing patient controls for sharing their records with multiple providers across multiple networks, regardless of EHR/EMR software environments,” said Mr. Leonard Tambasco, CEO of Access My Records, Inc. “The eight-year course of Access My Records has been steady, our 2012 focus on advanced integrated patient portal solutions for EHR/EMR vendors withstands the shifts in compliance schedules without pause. Our philosophy has been to remain true to the clinical value, offer the most cost-effective, mutually beneficial partnership to those vendors, and always incorporate the common-sense needs of the patient population at-large.”

About Access My Records, Inc.
Access My Records, Inc. (AMR) is a cloud-based software solution provider, offering market-tested and seasoned patient health management and engagement services through its patient portal and PHR software. Our solutions accommodate 2014 mandated patient portal requirements for EHR/EMR providers under the Affordable Care Act, along with other clinical- and consumer-based management tools. Our portal solutions integrate directly with all EHR environments, overcoming the compliance and usability challenges they face. Through a robust web services software interface, EHR/EMR vendors can easily integrate with AMR’s patient portal and benefit from the industry’s most comprehensive patient portal offering.


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