When it comes to all of the new government regulations surrounding healthcare, your practice is constantly being hit with changes to processes and rules. It's hard to keep up with all of the updates, and it takes time away from the time that you want to be spending with patients, not running over the latest Meaningful Use criteria rules and regulations.
Recently, there have been changes made to The Meaningful Use Incentive Program. As you know, these changes can get pretty technical, so if you want all of the details you should check out this document, otherwise, we're going to try and sum it up for you. The new Meaningful Use rule ultimiately gives more flexibility to providers who are unable to fully implement a 2014 Certified EHR software for a reporting period in 2014, and the start of Stage 3 has been pushed to 2017 at the earliest.
Recent Changes Affecting Meaningful Use Criteria for ODs
Because so many eligible professionals were unable to implement a 2014 certified EHR in 2014 due to vendor's not being able to provide proper software, updates, or training, the rules have been changed so that eligible professionals have more flexibility to use both 2011 and 2014 Certified EHR systems to attest to Meaningful Use this year. We've broken down 5 scenarios that you might find yourself in:Read More