Costs and Limitations Transparency Statement

WonderDoc 1.3 meets the EHR certification criteria as an integrated bundle of EHR modular products. The products which make up the EHR, include WonderDoc 1.3. This EHR is 2014 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.
The additional software WonderDoc relied upon to demonstrate compliance, includes: Microsoft HealthVault.

1) Costs and Fees:
No additional costs other than what an eligible provider would pay to implement WonderDoc 1.3 is required in order to attempt to meet meaningful use objectives and measures

2) Implementation & Support Costs:
WonderDoc offers a license-based solution for a one-time software license fee per provider with additional fees for annual support & maintenance.

3) Contractual Limitations:
The EP must sign a WonderDoc Software License & Support agreement and the term of the agreement is typically a 1-year term which may vary depending on the customer’s needs.
There may be additional agreements that an EP must enter with Microsoft Health Vault patient portal and freemedicalclaims.com clearing house, depending on the customer’s needs.

4) Technical and Practical Limitations:
With regard to Technical and Practical Limitations, users will be required to satisfy the following requirements to use our system effectively:

A. Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7 or later.
B. Processor: 1GHz Pentium processor or equivalent (minimum); 2GHz Pentium processor or equivalent (recommended)
C. RAM: 2 GB (minimum); 4 GB (recommended)
D. Hard Disk: 32-bit system: up to 600 MB; 64-bit system: up to 1.5GB; amount of available space may be required for the .NET framework (WonderDoc software requires 50 MB of hard-disk space)
E. Internet Connection: High speed / Broadband connection highly suggested
F. Adobe PDF Reader for document capabilities
G. Display: 1024 x 768 minimum
H. CD or DVD Drive: Not required
I. Providers need to register with MS HealthVault to receive their Direct address, which is assigned to them. Direct address cannot be repurposed or shared outside of the WonderDoc system. Direct messages can be exchanged with any other user that has a Direct email address and that shares the DirectTrust association which is a collaborative non-profit association of 150 health IT and health care provider organizations to support secure, interoperable health information exchange via the Direct message protocols. https://www.directtrust.org/ . MS HealthVault is the third party partner utilized by WonderDoc to supply Direct messaging capabilities.

Website Location of Disclosure Statement
• Is disclosure information accessible on website?
https://www.wonderdoc.com/company-information/meaningful-use-transparency-statement/
• Is the disclosure statement link clearly labeled as “Cost and Limitations” rather than “Disclosures” or something else to speak more to the language of providers than regulators?
No. This is non-compliant and must be labeled as “Costs and Limitations” instead of Meaningful Use Transparency Statement. When linking to this page also label that link as Costs and Limitations.
• Is the required product information posted along with the disclosure of costs and limitations?
No, non-compliant. Your product’s certification information and ONC disclaimer must accompany this cost and limitations disclosure statement. This information can all be found on your Certificate of Compliance.
• Is the disclosure statement link easily found when starting at the homepage (i.e., could average provider or office staff find it within 60 seconds)?
No. This is non-compliant. I could not find the link to the costs and limitations.