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Meaningful Use Stage 3: What the Future Holds
Meaningful Use Stage 3 is just around the corner, proposed to begin October 1, 2017. Do you know what to expect, and what you should do?
- What are the proposed requirements of Meaningful Use Stage 3?
- How will the requirements impact your practice?
- What are the timelines for reporting?
- Will you be required to use a 2015 edition EHR?
- And much more
Learn how Meaningful Use Stage 3 affects you and your practice in this free webinar.
5 Things You Need to Know About the Meaningful Use Stage 3 Proposed Rule
The proposed rule for Meaningful Use Stage 3 was announced on Friday, March 20, 2015, and is now available for comment by stakeholders. CMS will rule on comments and the rule will probably be finalized early in the third quarter of this year. Then the ONC will prepare testing information by the late third quarter/fourth quarter and EHR vendors will start building the necessary modules. Here are 5 things you need to know about the Stage 3 proposed rule… Read More »
ICD-10 Deadline Delay Unlikely; SGR Fix Delayed But Likely
The ICD-10 deadline is set for October 1, 2015—but will it stick? The deadline has been pushed out twice before, of course, and industry experts are holding their collective breath waiting to see whether Congress will once again delay implementation of the new code set. The House overwhelmingly approved a fix for Medicare’s Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) without… Read More »
HealthFusion® EHR Software Awarded Surescripts® White Coat of Quality for Fourth Consecutive Year
HealthFusion is proud to announce that our MediTouch® EHR software e-prescribing (eRx) system has been awarded the Surescripts White Coat of Quality for 2014, for an unprecedented fourth consecutive year. Only four of the top 40 EHRs are multi-year winners. Four-time winners of the award are even more rare, with fewer than 10 achieving that distinction… Read More »