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OneView Hospital Quality Release Notes

What's New in OneView Hospital Quality 4.1.8

Release Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015

CMS has released the Final Rule modification for Meaningful Use in 2015 through 2017.  This release includes Meaningful Use Final Rule modifications that require all hospitals and providers to attest to a single set of objective measures, Modified Stage 2 Objectives. One major policy provision includes changing the reporting periods to calendar year from fiscal year. This release includes updates to OneView to support the reporting periods rule change and Modified Stage 2 Objectives.

New Features and Enhancements:

Hospital Quality (Version 4.1.8):


The OneView Hospital Quality Package includes all of the components necessary to generate EHR Meaningful Use (MU) Modified Stage 2 Objectives and Clinical Quality Measure (CQM) necessary to achieve attestation. Electronic submission for the following three programs has been added: EHR Meaningful Use Program, Inpatient Quality Reporting Program (IQR) and The Joint Commission ORYX® Program.

Certified by the Drummond Group, OneView meets the follow requirements:

Modular EHR General Criteria (Modules Tested: 170.314(c)(1, 2, 3); 170.314(d)(1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8); 170.314(g)(2, 4)

Clinical Quality Measures tested: CMS009v2; CMS026v1; CMS030v3; CMS031v2; CMS032v3;CMS053v2; CMS055v2; CMS060v2; CMS071v3; CMS072v2; CMS073v2; CMS091v3; CMS100v2;CMS102v2: CMS104v2; CMS105v2; CMS107v2; CMS108v2; CMS109v2; CMS110v2; CMS111v2;CMS113v2; CMS114v2; CMS171v3; CMS172v3; CMS178v3; CMS185v2; CMS188v3; CMS190v2.

Modified Stage 2 Objectives/Measures


Stage 2

Stage 1

Significant Change(s)

Objective 3

Computerized Provider Order Entry




Objective 4

Electronic Prescribing



Included in Objectives

Objective 5

Health Information Exchange



Eliminated Measure A and Measure C

Objective 6

Patient Specific Education




Objective 7

Medication Reconciliation




Objective 8

Patient Electronic Access (VDT)



Threshold changes from 5% to 1 patient