About Meaningful Use
Meaningful Use is a three stage process for providers to not just implement an Electronic Health Record (EHR) technology, but to show an increase in the quality of care and the quantity of care they provide to their patients. Under the provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, physicians are eligible for financial incentives for demonstrating "meaningful use" of an electronic health record (EHR) system. Medicare providers are eligible for up to $44,000 in incentives paid out over 5 years beginning in 2011. Medicaid providers will be eligible for up to $63,750 paid out over 6 years.
OKPCA provides Meaningful Use Technical Assistance through:
- Webinars and trainings on Meaningful Use requirements
- Assistance on the attestation process for Meaningful Use
- Workflow redesign centered around Meaningful Use, Patient-Centered Medical Home, and other Quality Initiative Programs
For more information, including pricing structure, please contact OKPCA