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 Meaningful use of EHR Stage 1 Requirements
I am looking for a white paper/document which summarizes the CMS requirements of Meaningful use stage 1 requirements. In order to get incentive payment from CMS , an Eligible Provider (EP) or a Hospital need to meet these requirements by implementing an Electronic Health Record system.
If a similar summary document is available for Meaningful use stage 2 requirements from CMS, that will be very valuable as well.


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ASKED: May 6, 2011  7:30 PM
UPDATED: November 3, 2011  5:28 pm

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There is a great document that summarized everything for MU1. www.ihs.gov/recovery/documents/OverviewofMU020110.pdf As for MU Stage 2, there are talks about delaying it to 2014. But there is a document outlining the proposed Stage 2 and 3 measures: healthit.hhs.gov/media/faca/MU_RFC%20_2011-01-12_final.pdf
Last Wiki Answer Submitted:  May 9, 2011  2:42 am  by  RedaChouffani   1,785 pts.
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Another great resource is this website:

https://www.cms.gov/ehrincentiveprograms/

You’ll want to check it regularly as it gets updated.

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Make sure to also take a look at:
https://www.cms.gov/ehrincentiveprograms/

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We have a chart outlining the stage 1 requirements and a chart that also lays out the proposed stage 2 and stage 3 requirements.

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2 places for good access to dental specific EHR issues – post a question to Medicaid Dentist Talk  and EHR Payment. It’s a little bit different for dental practitioners. The rules are not different but the way you can meet follow them, meet the requirements, and get paid is. Free to anyone who wants a consult over the phone – toni@ehrpayment.com   (469) 995-1628 

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