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Meaningful Use Incentive — Payments Without "Homework"
With MediTouch® there is virtually no "extra" work to earn your EHR Meaningful Use incentive payment. Simply use our integrated EHR system as directed and follow the 3 easy steps outlined below. We provide an easy to read Meaningful Use Report Card® to every provider. Follow MediTouch® for the simplest path to incentive payments!
3 Easy Steps
- Register with CMS
- Declare your 90-day measurement period in MediTouch EHR®
- Review your MediTouch® Meaningful Use Report Card® and enter your results on the CMS website
Register with CMS
Information on registration for EHR incentive programs will be made available toward the end of 2010 on the CMS website. The actual online registration process will begin at a CMS website in January 2011.
Declare Your 90-day Measurement Period
In the MediTouch® system declare your 90 day measurement period by entering the start date for your reporting period.
Meaningful Use Report Card®
The MediTouch® Meaningful Use Report Card®, like all of Healthfusion's® software solutions is web-based; it provides an analysis of how a healthcare provider performed when compared to the measures required for government healthcare incentive payments, in accordance with the Healthcare Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act). At the end of your reporting period, MediTouch® will supply you with all possible measurable results that we can calculate, based on your use of MediTouch EHR® during the 90-day measurement period. To claim your incentive payment, simply use the MediTouch® Meaningful Use Report Card®. The Meaningful Use Report Card® assists in the completion of the online form on the CMS website, which is used to attest to Meaningful Use.View a sample Meaningful Use Report Card®
3 Step Process
Follow our 3-step process, and each provider in your practice that bills the appropriate amount required by CMS should receive their payment one month after they attest to the results during their measurement period (May 2011).