Clinical Decision Support is one of the criteria needed to demonstrate Meaningful Use and access bonus money from the CMS EHR Incentive Program. Yet, the term is fairly vague, and means different things to different people.
The EHR Incentive Program (“ Meaningful Use”) will pay Eligible Providers an incentive bonus for demonstrating “meaningful use of certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) technology,” beginning in 2011. But when and how will these payments take place?
Starting today, I will shed some light on (and maybe even stir up a round of applause for) some of the Practice Fusion users who inspire us. Each user we profile in our new series “Extraordinary Doctors Doing Extraordinary Things”, will be someone who provides...Continue
For clinicians to become eligible for EHR Incentive Program(“Meaningful Use”) payments, a number of criteria must be achieved. There are 15 core measures, and 10 “menu” items from which a clinician must choose 5. Some measures have exclusions, as they may not pertain to a...Continue
We often get wound up in the details of how a particular Electronic Health Record (EHR) system functions, and how it helps us demonstrate Meaningful Use – so much so that we sometimes take for granted the difficult transition from paper to a digital platform...Continue