NDoc® Achieves CCHIT Certified® 2011 Status for LTPAC

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NDoc® 12.11, a comprehensive home health information systems solution, designed, marketed and supported by Thornberry Ltd., was certified on July 25, 2013 as a CCHIT Certified® 2011 Long Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) EHR with Home Health add-on by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT®).

NDoc® 12.11, a comprehensive home health information systems solution, designed, marketed and supported by Thornberry Ltd., was certified on July 25, 2013 as a CCHIT Certified® 2011 Long Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) EHR with Home Health add-on by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT®).

“We believe CCHIT certification of NDoc EHR for the home care industry is another example of our commitment to customer success. Striving to be the first and the best is not unique to Thornberry, but I believe what sets us apart is our ‘just right’ corporate footprint that enables us to move at the speed of change, often propelling our customers ahead of their competitors,” said Tom Peth, Thornberry’s President and chief executive.

NDoc is an end-to-end scheduling, billing and clinical point of care solution for home care and hospice agencies designed to fully automate the everyday tasks of an agency’s operations, supporting every agency’s goal to improve patient outcomes, optimize patient safety, and become a cornerstone for post-acute transitions of care.

CCHIT uses a comprehensive and complex inspection process based on real-life medical scenarios designed to test EHR products thoroughly and rigorously. These scenarios mirror the complex needs that home care providers encounter. NDoc was thoroughly tested using criteria that inspect functionality, interoperability and security. As a fully CCHIT Certified® 2011 LTPAC EHR, NDoc passed inspection of 100 percent of these criteria including verification of successful use at live customer sites.

About Thornberry
Founded in 1992, Thornberry Ltd. is the creator of NDoc® -a complete homecare and hospice management information and electronic medical record solution. NDoc's key elements include clinical documentation and compliance, workflow management, financial management, business intelligence and document management. NDoc is powered by rapid information exchange technology enabling NDoc to become a connectable application and quickly share data with healthcare providers across the continuum. Thornberry's software is a powerful, flexible and comprehensive solution that increases clinicians' efficiency, improves patient outcomes, provides rapid connectivity, and enhances employee morale and agency profitability. For more information on NDoc, visit http://www.ndocsoftware.com. "NDoc®" is a registered trademark of Thornberry Ltd.

About CCHIT
The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT®) is an independent, 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization with the public mission of accelerating the adoption of robust, interoperable health information technology. The Commission has been certifying electronic health record technology since 2006 and is authorized by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as a certification body (ONC-ACB). CCHIT is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as a certification body for the ONC HIT Certification Program for electronic health record (EHR) technology and accredited by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as an Accredited Testing Laboratory (ATL) to test EHRs. More information on CCHIT, CCHIT Certified® products and ONC-ATCB certified electronic health record technology is available at http://cchit.org.

"CCHIT®" and "CCHIT Certified®" are registered trademarks of the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology.

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