Certifications and Costs
Certification for Meaningful Use 2015 Edition
The concept of Meaningful Use speaks to 5 areas of health outcomes policy priorities
- Improving quality, safety, efficiency, and reducing health disparities
- Engage patients and families in their health
- Improve care coordination
- Improve population and public health
- Ensure adequate privacy and security protection for personal health information
Vendor Name: IMA Systems LLC
Date Certified (most recent): February 8, 2021
The product name and version: imaServe version 2
The following are the criteria certified
- 170.315(d)(1) Authentication, Access, Control, and Authorization
- 170.315(d)(2) Auditable Events and Tamper-Resistance
- 170.315(d)(3) Audit Report(S)
- 170.315(d)(4) Amendments
- 170.315(d)(5) Automatic Access Time-Out
- 170.315(d)(6) Emergency Access
- 170.315(d)(7) End-user Device Encryption
- 170.315(d)(8) Integrity
- 170.315(d)(12) Encrypt Authentication Credentials
- 170.315(d)(13) Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
- 170.315(g)(4) Quality management system
- 170 315(g)(5) Accessibility-centered Design
The following certificates have been issued in the past for our product listing the modules and measures tested:
Not active: Certificate of Compliance 12-13-2015
Not active: Certificate of Compliance 12-23-2014
Not active: Certificate of Compliance 10-29-2014
Disclosure: This Health IT Module is 2015 Edition 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.
Additional software required:
- PDF Viewer (i.e. Adobe PDF)
- CSV viewer (i.e. Microsoft Excel)
- Duo Multifactor Authentication Client
Additional costs that might be required to implement or use these capabilities:
- Multifactor authentication: monthly fee per user
- Training and Project Management: Charges for the training and consulting needed to effectively use these modules and integrate them at the provider’s organization.
imaServeWeb supports multifactor authentication using Two Factor Authentication. Each practice can configure any user to have Two factor authentication enabled at login. This is a user level permission.
Typically, a practice limits login for users to a defined range of IP addresses that are inside their network/firewall. When a user is granted permission to access imaServeWeb from outside this defined IP address range, Two Factor Authentication can be enabled within that user’s profile.
imaServe Desktop (windows/linux) does not support multifactor authentication as it is server based. The server resides within the network of the practice of system users.