ONC Certified: Net Health Wound Care
This Health IT Module is a 2015 Edition Cures Update compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Wound Care version 7.0 was certified on December 31, 2018, by Drummond Group and updated on December 29, 2022 to Cures Edition.
Certificate Number: 15.04.04.2815.Woun.07.00.1.181231
Modules Tested: 170.315 (a)(1-5, 9, 12, 14); (b)(1-3, 10); (c)(1-3); (d)(1-9, 11-13); (e)(1, 3); (g)(2-7, 9-10); (h)(1)
Clinical Quality Measures tested: 68v7, 69v6, 122v6, 138v6, 139v6, 156v6, 165v6
Additional software used: NLM API, Secure Exchange Solutions SES Direct, First Databank, SureScripts e-Prescribing, Net Health Patient Portal, Surescripts ePrescribing, Identity Server, Swagger, Identity Server 4, Secure Exchange Solutions SES HISP
Electronic Health Information Export
Single patient and patient population electronic health information can be exported in the form of an “export zip” file which contains files in a machine-readable format in accordance with §170.315(b)(10) – Electronic Health Information export of the ONC 2015 Edition Cures Update Certification Criteria.
The content and format of the data contained within the export zip file depending on number of patients selected and software functionality in use.
The EHI Export zipped folder contains a folder for each patient that contains
csv files of EHI data
all image files from the patient record
all custom scans on file
Costs and Limitations
Base licensing of the Wound Care EHR includes access to a third-party medications and allergies database via our partner, First Databank. Net Health contracts with First Databank in order to extend functionality such as e-prescribing and drug interactions to our Wound Care clients. Alternative medication or allergy databases via the Wound Care application are not supported at this time.
Base licensing of the Wound Care EHR also includes access to MedlinePlus Connect, which is a free service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to link to patient-specific education materials. Alternative patient-specific education materials via the Wound Care application are not supported at this time.
Net Health uses the NLM to provide its Eligible Clinicians (ECs) access to a list of implantable devices for documentation in Wound Care.
Those ECs electing or required to electronically prescribe controlled substances (EPCS) will be required to pay a monthly recurring, per clinician fee for access to the DrFirst network. Net Health contracts with DrFirst in order to provide this functionality to our Wound Care clinicians. Alternative EPCS solutions via the Wound Care application are not supported at this time.
ECs will be required to pay an ongoing annual, per clinician, flat fee to exchange secure messages and medical record files via a Direct Account with our partner Secure Exchange Solutions (SES). This functionality allows users to send and receive Direct-based messages to/from other users of certified health IT systems. Direct messages may include clinical data, notes, and transitions of care and discharge summary documents. Net Health’s contract with SES also offers our customers the ability to utilize an alternative Health Information Service Provider (HISP).
The Promoting Interoperability Grid Report is updated on every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday night, due to the volume of data; requests for more frequent delivery can be accommodated. The Promoting Interoperability Grid Report provides the numerator, denominator, resulting percentage, and list of patients meeting and not meeting the measure for all automated measures. It is run per clinician and also includes a text description of how the data is captured per measure.
The CQM Grid is updated nightly, due to the volume of data. The CQM grid provides the numerator, denominator, resulting percentage, and list of patients meeting and not meeting the measure for all measures. It is run per clinician.
Net Health allows patients to grant access for Wound Care data to third-party application (app) developers. The Net Health Patient Portal is used to grant access to the data, per patient, per app, including the ability to specify the type of data and to revoke access. Net Health makes its Application Programming Interface (API) publicly available using two third-party tools: Swagger and Identity Server. Net Health’s Terms of Service outline its vetting process for app developers.
Wound Care relies upon Net Health’s Patient Portal Version 1 to meet the View, Download and Transmit Measure (170.315.e.1). Net Health’s Patient Portal is included with the Base Licensing of Wound Care EHR.
Wound Care is not developed using Accessibility-Centered Design (ACD). The Patient Portal is developed using ACD.
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