ONC-ATC certifies Henry Schein Software for Dentists to Secure Stage-One, Year-One Medicaid EHR Incentive Payments

 Henry Schein Practice Solutions announced that its Meaningful Use Access 7.6 software was

certified as a Complete EHR by the Certification Commission for Health Information

Technology (CCHIT®), which allows users of Henry Schein’s major practice management

systems to adopt, implement or upgrade to a certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) -- the

first requirement to receive Stage-One, Year-One Medicaid Incentive Payments.

  With Meaningful Use Access 7.6, users of Henry Schein Dentrix, Dentrix Enterprise, Easy Dental

and other Specialty systems, can now apply for government funding through the EHR

Incentive Program, which will provide incentive payments to help them improve their

organization’s technology.

 “Many oral health providers have heard about the EHR Incentive Program but don’t know

how to receive government funding. Meaningful Use Access 7.6 ensures that eligible providers

can receive Stage One, Year One funding, as long as they meet all of the other criteria,” said

Pam Reece, Director of Specialty and Enterprise Solutions at Henry Schein Practice Solutions.

“We are excited to be part of the federal government’s effort to improve the quality, safety,

cost and efficiency of health care through the HITECH Act.”

  If you have a client wanting more information on the Meaningful Use Access software or their

eligibility for the program, they can visit:

-          Dentrix - www.dentrix.com/ehr

-          Dentrix Enterprise - http://www.dentrixenterprise.com/muaccess/


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