Meaningful Use Objectives and Reporting
Time is running out to earn incentive payments in the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs. Eligible healthcare professionals can earn up to $63,750 for participation in the Medicaid EHR program and up to $44,000 in the Medicare EHR program.
Furthermore, CMS recently released major proposed changes for all providers doing Meaningful Use starting in 2015, our team can update your office on these changes.
Whether you or your providers have already successfully attested to Meaningful Use stage 1 and need help progressing to stage 2, or are just beginning to participate in an incentive program, the CORHIO Transformation Support Services team can help. Our team has years of expertise helping small and large provider practices adopt certified EHRs and successfully attest to Meaningful Use.
Our team can provide assistance with:
- Generating and reviewing Meaningful Use reports from your EHR and helping you with necessary changes
- Completing a security risk assessment, which is required of all providers in the EHR Incentive Programs
- Creating an audit binder to ensure your practice has the necessary documentation in the event of an audit
- Attesting to Meaningful Use using the CMS Registration and Attestation System (for Medicare) and/or the Colorado Registration and Attestation System (for Medicaid)
What our customers are saying:
“On paper, Meaningful Use sounds so overwhelming. As a full-time advanced practice nurse, I thought how will I manage this? But, by working with CORHIO and CFMC (CO-REC’s partner organization) and carefully going over the core objectives for Stage 1, we realized that we were already capturing a lot of the data that is needed for Meaningful Use. The best part was looking at the data and feeling really positive about the quality of care that we’re giving our patients.”
Family Nurse Practitioner
St. Luke's Medical Center
“Both CORHIO and Leslie Taylor were very helpful with the alleviating the stress and educating me about the entire Meaningful Use process. I would have missed a great opportunity without them. Leslie was helpful with all the requirements and the attestation process. She accommodated my schedule, walked me through the process I would have otherwise taken hours to understand.”
Suzanne Rosenberg, MD