How to Achieve Stage 1 Meaningful Use: Hot Topics and FAQs

This looks like a good meeting to attend to get ready for attestation on Meaningful Use.  If you are experiencing some difficulties with your reporting, this is a great time to get some help from the experts.

 

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is a cooperative agreement partner of National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC).
On Monday, July 25, 2012 at 1 p.m. EDT, National eHealth Collaborative’s NeHC University will once again welcome Robert Anthony of the Office of E-Health Standards and Services at CMS for the second in a series of classes intended to provide tips and tricks on how to achieve Meaningful Use Stage 1.
During this program, Robert will address hot topics and frequently asked questions related to Meaningful Use Stage 1 and will provide in-depth information on the exchange of key clinical information, as well as the new “hybrid” certification structure that allows EPs to use both ambulatory and hospital EHRs for meaningful use. Robert will be on hand to take attendees’ questions after his presentation.
We invite you to register and join NeHC University’s program on Meaningful Use Stage 1 Hot Topics and FAQs. Registration fee: $15.
ONC and ONC grantees can access this program for a discounted rate. Please contact mhager@nationalehealth.org for more information.
Questions? Email NeHC University at university@nationalehealth.org.
*NeHC is a non-profit organization. All revenues generated are directly reinvested into NeHC University programming. All speakers are volunteers.

 

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