The OMS EHR Module Version 4.4.0.00 is 2015 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Drummond Group is accredited by ANSI and approved by ONC for the ONC Health IT Certification Program to certify: Health IT Module(s) and Certification of other types of Health IT for which the Secretary has adopted certification criteria under Subpart C of 45 CFR. (OMS EHR Version 4.4.0.00, Certification ID number 15.04.04.2086.OMSE.04.02.1.211203, Dec 3, 2021.)

Certification Detail

Vendor NameObjective Medical Systems, LLC
Date certifiedDecember 3, 2021
Product versionOMS EHR Version 4.4.0.00
Certification Id number15.04.04.2086.OMSE.04.02.1.211203
Clinical Quality Measures testedCMS22v6; CMS50v6; CMS65v7; CMS68v7; CMS69v6; CMS122v6; CMS134v6; CMS135v6;
CMS138v6; CMS144v6; CMS145v6; CMS156v6; CMS164v6; CMS165
Additional software relied upon to certifyNLM Access GUDI API; Updox Direct 2014;
Criteria tested and certified170.315 (a)(1-9, 11, 12 and 14);
170.315 (b)(1-6);
170.315 (c)(1-3);
170.315 (d)(1-9);
170.315 (e)(1 and 3);
170.315 (f)(7);
170.315 (g)(2-9);
170.315 (h)(1)

Price Transparency

  1. Name and version of the product: OMS EHR Version 4.4.0.00
  2. Objective Medical Systems, LLC (OMS) agrees to notify Drummond Group of any and all future changes to our price transparency language for this certified product-version.
  3. Objective Medical Systems, LLC (OMS) will charge customers an ongoing monthly recurring fee for availing the services of the Drug Database. The drug database is mandatory to attest to the following meaningful use measures: e-Prescribing (170.315.b.3), CPOE for Medications (170.315.a.1), Medication List (170.315.a.7), Medication Allergy List (170.315.a.8) and Drug-Drug / Drug- Allergy Interaction checks (170.315.a.4).
  4. Objective Medical Systems, LLC (OMS) will charge customers a one-time interface development cost for receiving electronic labs. This functionality is required to attest to meaningful use measure clinical lab test results (170.314.b.5)
  5. Objective Medical Systems, LLC (OMS) will charge customers an ongoing monthly recurring fee for supporting the e-prescribing functionality (170.315.b.3)
  6. Objective Medical Systems, LLC (OMS) will charge customers an ongoing monthly recurring fee per provider for availing the services of CPT Codes, ICD-9 and ICD-10. This functionality is required to attest to the following meaningful use measures: CPOE (170.315.a.1), Clinical Information Reconciliation (170.315.b.2), Clinical Decision Support (170.315.a.9), CQM – Record and Export (170.315.c.1), CQM – Import and Calculate (170.315.c.2), CQM – Electronic Submission (170.315.c.3).
  7. Objective Medical Systems, LLC (OMS) will charge customers an ongoing monthly recurring fee for supporting the “Direct” services for Transition of care – receive, display, incorporate (170.315.b.1) and Clinical Information Reconciliation and Incorporate (170.315.b.2).

Costs and Limitations

CapabilityDescription of CapabilityCosts or FeesContractual LimitationTechnical Limitations
e-Prescribing (170.315.b.3)Ability to prescribe medications and electronically transmit to pharmaciesMonthly license fee for Drug DatabaseNone. OMS will directly contract with Drug database vendor to deliver the service. OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service.None
CPOE for Medications (170.315.a.1)Ability for ordering medicationsMonthly license fee for Drug DatabaseNone. OMS will directly contract with Drug database vendor to deliver the service. OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service.None
Medication List (170.315.a.7)Enter, edit and delete medications from the patient medication listMonthly license fee for Drug DatabaseNone. OMS will directly contract with Drug database vendor to deliver the service. OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service.None
Medication Allergy List (170.315.a.8)Enter, edit, delete and alert users of allergies to certain medicationsMonthly license fee for Drug DatabaseNone. OMS will directly contract with Drug database vendor to deliver the service. OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service.None
Drug-Drug / Drug- Allergy Interaction checks (170.315.a.4)Alert users about interactions between drugs (low, medium and high)Monthly license fee for Drug DatabaseNone. OMS will directly contract with Drug database vendor to deliver the service. OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service.None
Clinical Lab test results (170.314.b.5)Ability to receive and import electronic labs via the standard HL7 Lab results interface messageOne time development, integration and testing fees of the HL7 lab results interfaceNone. OMS will directly contract with Lab vendors to enable this integrationNone
e-Prescribing functionality (170.315.b.3)Ability to prescribe medications and electronically transmit to pharmaciesMonthly per provider service fee to enable electronic prescription carrier networkNone. OMS will directly work with prescription carrier to integrate the EHR to the carrier network. OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service.This functionality will cover pharmacies only in the e-prescription carrier network which is Surescripts®
CPOE (170.315.a.1), Clinical Information Reconciliation (170.315.b.2), Clinical Decision Support (170.315.a.9), CQM – Record and Export (170.315.c.1), CQM – Import and Calculate (170.315.c.2), CQM – Electronic Submission (170.315.c.3)Ability to use ICD-9/ICD-10 and CPT codes to identify diagnosis and procedure codes to support computerized order entry, provide clinical reconciliation functionality between the medications, allergies and diagnosis, provide clinical alerts when certain diagnosis have been identified in the chart based on the ICD-9/10 values and lastly using ICD-9/ICD-10 for identifying and reporting diagnosis and procedures for clinical quality reporting for the patient populationMonthly service fee to avail the ICD-9/ICD-10 functionalityNone. OMS will directly contract with ICD-9/ICD-10, CPT code database vendor (Intelligent Medical Objects, IMO®) to deliver the service. OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service.None
“Direct” services for Transition of care – (170.315.b.1) and Clinical Information Reconciliation and Incorporate  (170.315.b.2)Ability to receive, transmit and deliver encrypted data transfer of patient health records between providers and referring physicians.Monthly service fee to avail the “Direct” service functionalityOMS will contract with vendor who are specialists in “Direct” data transfer (Updox®). OMS will charge a monthly fee to the customer to cover the cost of delivering this service. Direct transfer will be possible to providers who are currently integrated with Updox including Direct Trust.None
Clinical language speech recognitionAbility for providers to quickly dictate and document notes.Monthly service fee to avail the Clinical language recognition functionalityThis service is optional. If the customer opts in, a monthly fee will be charged.Special mikes from the vendor is desired.
Software LicensesServer and Database licensesServer OS: Windows 2008 Server R2
Database: SQL Server 2008
Framework: .Net 4.7, IIS license fees
Customer to procure licensesThis is a pre-requisite

OMS offers a monthly per provider lease fee model of its OMS EHR Version 4.4.0.00 software and also offers an annual per provider license fee model for the purchase of the OMS EHR Version 4.4.0.00. There is no annual maintenance for the lease model; an annual maintenance fee is charged on the license fee model to provide for support and maintenance of the software.