Healthcare IT Security

Become EPCS Certified

Certify your EHR or ePrescribing Application as Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances. Learn more »

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Understand InfoGard's EHR Test and Certification Process

Use InfoGard's EHR Test and Certification Process for decrypting technical language and guiding you through the procedures for becoming EHR certified.
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Healthcare Information Technology

InfoGard provides Information Technology (IT) services for organizations within the Healthcare, Financial, and Federally Mandated markets for the past two decades. Our staff consists of highly-skilled IT security Subject Matter Experts (SME) in: systems architecture, site security, cryptography, computer engineering, software security, physical security, and information assurance with related credentials.

InfoGard is accredited by regulatory bodies to conduct security testing and certification services. Our mission is to help our customers achieve certification of their IT product or healthcare setting. We serve our customers by helping them truly understand the requirements to facilitate informed decisions based on regulatory or best practice security standards. Our staff is committed to exceptional customer service to ensure our customers’ goals are met, on budget and on schedule.

ONC HIT Certification

InfoGard is an Accredited Testing Laboratory (NVLAP Lab Code: 100432-0) and ONC-Authorized Certification Body to test and certify Electronic Health Record (EHR) products for the ONC HIT Certification Program. This program supports EHR developers whose products are used by Eligible Professionals and Eligible Hospitals to achieve Meaningful Use under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services requirements.

EPCS Certification

As a DEA-Approved Certifying Organization, InfoGard tests and certifies prescriber and pharmacy applications for Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances (EPCS). Application developers, prescribers and pharmacies are instructed to protect electronic prescriptions of controlled substances under the DEA’s Interim Final Rule.