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Category Archives: EHR

Meaningful Use Attestation Is Complete, Now Breathe a Sigh of Relief – Or Can You?

By: Pennsylvania Medical Society’s Practice Support Team Numerous eligible professionals have been working diligently to meet Meaningful Use (MU) measure objective thresholds, whether by using the Flexibility Rule or by attesting to the stringent requirements of Stage 2 in 2014. … Continue reading

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EHR – Trials and Tribulations

A Risk Management Presentation – A Jointly Sponsored CME Activity With The Allegheny County Medical Society EHR Trials and Tribulations Educational Objectives This presentation will support your ability to: Optimize patient care and reduce medical liability risks through the application … Continue reading

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Meaningful Users Can Now Attest Online And Qualify For CMS Incentives

From the HIPAA, HITECH and HIT Blog – William Maruca Think you’re a Meaningful User of EHR? Now you can prove it to CMS and cash in. CMS has opened a web link under which entities who have met the … Continue reading

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CMS HITECH Open Door Forum Call for Pennsylvania Providers

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Philadelphia Regional Office to Host HITECH Open Door Forum Call for Pennsylvania Providers The Philadelphia Regional Office of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will be hosting an Open Door Forum call and … Continue reading

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