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FairWarning, Inc. has announced that its patient privacy monitoring software has achieved Meaningful Use Modular Certification under the ONC HIT Certification Program, maintained by Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator. The FairWarning productqualifies for certification under ONC 2014 Edition Test Methods and has now been awarded modular certification on applicable criteria for the 2014 Edition. FairWarning customers who are attesting for either 2011-2012 (Stage 1) Meaningful Use or 2013-2014 (Stage 2) Meaningful Use will now be able to use FairWarning as a modular part of their full attestation. “Munson Medical Center has used FairWarning for many years. In 2012, we needed to self-certify FairWarning for Meaningful Use. Facing Stage 2, 2014 regulations, we are grateful to learn that FairWarning was able to certify their auditing package. This frees Munson Medical Center to focus on other areas of Meaningful Use. We appreciate FairWarning’s efforts on behalf of their customers,” said Randi Terry, Director of Information Systems, Munson Medical Center, Traverse City, MI. “Meaningful Use is an essential initiative for virtually every health care delivery system. Having your privacy monitoring tool certified for Meaningful Use is crucial,” said David Sheidlower , Chief Information Security Officer, Health Quest Systems, Poughkeepsie, NY. “As the first privacy and security vendor to be certified for the 2014 Edition, we are pleased that this certification enables our customers to take advantage of best-of-breed technology and support, and fulfill their auditing requirements for Meaningful Use, while eliminating the need to certify at the field level thereby reducing costs,” said Shane Whitlatch, Executive Vice President Global Alliances and Sales Operations, FairWarning.

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Patient Privacy Monitoring Product FairWarning Receive 2014 ONC HIT Meaningful Use Certification

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