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2012 Guide to Achieving EHR Meaningful Use: Concise Guide to Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements & Maximizing Incentives Jane Adler

2012 Guide to Achieving EHR Meaningful Use: Concise Guide to Meeting Meaningful Use Requirements & Maximizing Incentives

Jane Adler

Published April 18th 2012
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Kindle Edition
128 pages
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Now that the first group of physicians and hospitals have received Meaningful Use incentive payments, more and more providers are registering for the program. While the numbers are encouraging, many have reported running into unanticipated obstaclesMoreNow that the first group of physicians and hospitals have received Meaningful Use incentive payments, more and more providers are registering for the program. While the numbers are encouraging, many have reported running into unanticipated obstacles that significantly slowed their progress toward Meaningful Use.If you are a physician, eligible provider or healthcare administrator interested in receiving Meaningful Use dollars, dont let common misinterpretations of the requirements, data recording glitches or attestation errors keep you from getting the incentive money you want.The 2012 Guide to Achieving Meaningful Use cuts thorough the confusion and complexity of Meaningful Use regulations and provides a detailed, step-by-step process for meeting the criteria and qualifying for maximum incentives.It breaks down Meaningful Use registration, qualification, and attestation into a series of steps that are simple to follow and track.It identifies and offers solutions to common challenges early adopters have encountered in meeting Meaningful Use requirements and receiving timely payments.It circumvents information overload by guiding the reader to the specific information needed, eliminating the need to wade through irrelevant details.It includes easy-to-navigate links to resources available from CMS and health IT organizations, making it easy for the reader to find the extra information needed, without spending precious hours on the phone with CMS.