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cc:Me was designed to make it easy for physicians and hospitals to share health records with their patients. To qualify for stimulus incentives, physician practices must demonstrate meaningful use of a certified EHR, including requirements to share electronic health information with patients.Cc:Me is a quick and easy way to satisfy patient engagement meaningful use requirements by uploading a Continuity of Care Document (CCD) directly to a patient cc:Me address - with no tethering or tight integration required, and no need to download data to a CD or flash drive. For practices who already offer a patient portal, cc:Me enables them to share health information with patients who use (or want to use) a portable PHR. cc:Me is designed to work with any certified EHR, with no need for complex or expensive integration. If a practice still uses paper records, they can fax paper documents directly to the patient's NoMoreClipboard.com inbox.

"This addition to the NoMoreClipboard.com PHR is truly revolutionary," said Michael Mirro, MD, cardiologist and chairman of the IT committee of the American College of Cardiology. "With cc:Me, our practice can generate a CCD from our EHR and post it directly to the patient's cc:Me web address - enhancing the patient/provider partnership and satisfying meaningful use requirements.We see this as a solution that will foster healthcare IT adoption and improve patient care."

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NoMoreClipboard, a leader in the personal health record and patient portal space, developed cc:Me to make it easy to share health records with your patients. To qualify for stimulus incentives, your organization must demonstrate meaningful use of a certified EHR – this includes requirements to share electronic health information with patients. cc:Me simplifies electronic patient engagement. Your EHR must be able to generate a continuity of care document (a CCD) to earn ONC-ATCB certification. Upload that CCD document to the cc:Me web address provided by your patient and the CCD will be securely delivered. cc:Me is designed to work with any certified EHR, with no need for additional (and expensive) integration. Talk to your EHR vendor about generating a CCD document and posting it to cc:Me. Sharing electronic health records with your patients is that easy. If you still use paper records, you can still use cc:Me. Your patient can provide you with a NoMoreClipboard FAX-back cover sheet, and you can use it to FAX paper documents directly to the patient NoMoreClipboard inbox.

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