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Final Rule on 2015 Meaningful Use Attestation Requirements

November 12, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

MU2015 FinalOn Oct’ 6. 2015 HHS issued rules on 2015 Meaningful Use attestation requirements to advance electronic Health records with added simplicity and flexibility. Terri Gonzalez of NC Medical Society Foundation will share with us the final rule on 2015 Meaningful Use(MU) attestation.  Among other things, the HITECH Act provided incentives for Medicare/Medicaid eligible professionals to participate in EHR incentive program. In addition to providing incentives, this program allowed penalties for reimbursement if providers are not part of the EHR incentive program. In order to ensure eligible professionals are using the right technology and meeting the program attestation objectives by Feb’ 29, 2016 deadline, EHR 2.0 is proud to announce the webinar on the latest updates on Meaningful Use EHR incentive attestation requirements for Stage 2 and Stage 3.

– Do you maintain adequate documentation to prove meaningful use core, menu and CQM rules are met?
– Are your security risk analysis and mitigation plan updated?
– Are you prepared for the ongoing CMS audit?

Attend our free, live 50-minute webinar which will focus on the preparation required by healthcare organizations to prepare for Meaningful Use EHR incentive attestation.






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Terri Gonzalez provides assistance to the CPP practices with EHR selection, training, interface coordination and upgrades needed to meet Meaningful Use and Patient Centered Medical Home criteria. Terri is also coordinator of the EHR Loan Fund program offered to primary care providers in tier 1 counties throughout North Carolina. The EHR Loan Fund provides much needed financing for new EHR systems, upgrades to current systems and training to meet Meaningful Use measures. She has worked in several clinical settings as a nurse and has also worked training over 500 providers and 1500 staff members throughout North Carolina on a BCBSNC sponsored prescribing system. She has worked with the AMA, Blue Cross Blue Shield in Michigan and Massachusetts as well as United Healthcare on electronic prescribing projects in several states. She managed product integration with MD Anderson, Intermountain Health and US Oncology prior to coming to the Foundation.

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November 12, 2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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