Meaningful Use Compliance

Your first year of participation in the EHR Incentive Program, and thus your first incentive payment, involves a 90-day reporting period.  To attest for, and receive incentive for, the Medicare EHR Incentive Program in subsequent years, you will need to have met Stage 1 Meaningful Use for a full year.  There seems to be moderate […]

Stage 2 Meaningful Use

Beginning in 2014, providers participating in the EHR Incentive Programs who have met Meaningful Use Stage 1 for two or three years will need to meet Stage 2 criteria. To allow providers time to adopt 2014 certified EHR technology and prepare for Stage 2, all participants will have a three-month reporting period in 2014. Stage […]

Meaningful Use in 2014

In preceding years, medical practices may have managed their way through the many healthcare changes. In 2014, there is an even greater amount of information to absorb, and an even shorter period for which to learn it. The most dramatic change facing meaningful users is EHR certification. All eligible professionals (EPs) will be required to […]

Stage 1 Meaningful Use

Buried within CMS’ Stage 2 Final Rule are requirements that will affect Stage 1 MU participation in 2014. These changes range in severity and some require immediate attention. Eligible providers (EPs) must ensure that their Stage 1 plans align with some potentially high impact changes. Whether an EP is planning to participate in the EHR Incentive Program for the […]

Regent Services

Practicing Medicine in the 21st Century Today’s independent physicians are faced with challenges greater than ever before. No longer can physicians simply practice their craft of caring for patients. Linked to increasing scrutiny by the government and commercial payers, physicians must now prove better patient outcomes in the form of standardized data reporting. Those choosing […]