If passed, the bill would give the HHS secretary more discretion for meaningful use requirements. That could make compliance easier for providers.
For providers who lack internet access or who've been hit by natural disasters, meaningful use exemptions pre-empt penalties.
Epic's new product lets patients share their records with providers in what the company is calling "patient-driven interoperability."
How to properly identify truths and avoid misconceptions around the new quality reporting program, MIPS.
Modern Healthcare health IT reporter Joseph Conn interviewed Surescripts CEO Tom Skelton about the role of e-prescribing in achieving meaningful interoperability.
In the three years since the FDA published final regulations on a unique device identifier system, most manufacturers and distributors have successfully started phasing in UDIs for their products. But few healthcare providers are able to take full advantage of the data.
Dr. Karen DeSalvo has completed her leg of the marathon federal program to promote the adoption and meaningful use of health information technology. And she managed to finish without tripping over some of the biggest hurdles in the initiative's history.
Most physicians are expected to opt for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System, known as MIPS, rather than assume the downside risk of alternative payment models.
Athenahealth's Merit-based Incentive Payment System Guarantee will give providers data support needed to collect data and handle reporting required under MIPS.
The CMS will once again offer hospitals a 90-day electronic health record reporting period as they continue to struggle to adopt meaningful-use requirements.
Healthcare providers looking to upgrade to the latest government-approved electronic health record systems got a signal this week that the products are in the pipeline, though they may be six or more months away from reaching the market.
Medicare's new system for paying physicians will kill off the so-called “meaningful use” regime the government has used for the past five years to judge whether providers deserved to be rewarded for using electronic health records.