Posts Tagged Meaningful Use Stage 2


Great Free, On-Demand Webinar from Intuit – “Meaningful Use: Gearing Up For Stage 2”

The fine folks at Intuit have now put their free Webinar, “Meaningful Use: Gearing Up For Stage 2” online for replay for anyone who didn’t attend the live version last week. In the program, speaker Elizabeth Woodcock (superb!) of Woodcock and Associates talks about the steps that a practice can take now to prepare to take advantage of CMS Meaningful Use payments in the future.

“In the meantime, I would argue, patients are clamoring for improved access to their physicians’ offices. I would recommend taking this momentum that we have related to meaningful use – where we’ve seen patient engagement, and the new proposed rules that are really focused on patient action – and we use this momentum to turn this challenge into an opportunity for the practice. Self-service technology, like a portal, can be the key to turning your challenge into this opportunity.”

The program is an excellent listen, and is a great way to get you thinking about Stage 2 for those who have not yet started!

Listen to the recording here.

Posted in: Electronic Medical Records, Medicare & Reimbursement

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Medicare This Week: A Roar (Meaningful Use Stage 2) and A Sigh (Medicare Doc Fix)

Two recent Medicare announcements made a sound in healthcare, one a roar and the other, barely a sigh.


Posted in: Medicare & Reimbursement, Medicare This Week

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