Patient engagement is a huge component of Meaningful Use in 2014. We’ve come up with a Meaningful Use-optimized patient portal (PHR) workflow to help you meet the patient engagement requirements.
If you’re interested in learning more about clinical quality measures (CQMs) that are used for Meaningful Use and the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) in 2014, check out the below slides, including “PQRS Reporting in 2013,” “Using Practice Fusion for PQRS EHR Reporting in 2014,”...Continue
Have you joined the discussion on our user Knowledgebase? If you have a burning question about using Practice Fusion to meet Meaningful Use criteria, it’s a good place to start. In this blog post, we’d like to address the most common Meaningful Use questions our...Continue
Clinical quality measures, also called CQMs, are tools that help us measure and monitor the quality of healthcare and the contribution of healthcare services toward improved health outcomes. In the past, quality measures primarily used data that came from claims, but as technology has improved...Continue
One of the primary goals of Meaningful Use is to encourage providers to engage patients in their own health care as a means to improve health outcomes. This includes empowering patients to take an active role in their health by giving them access to their...Continue