Tag Archives: EMR

Push Comes to Shove in the World of Meaningful Use

Over the past decade, Medicare reimbursement has been affected by a combination of MU, e-prescribing and quality reporting programs. All those are now coming together in the unified MACRA/MIPS Quality Payment Program. Continue reading

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Study: EHRs May Erode Quality of Care via Physician Burnout

Mayo study links EHRs with physician burnout The hours upon hours of EHR box-checking and data entry are taking a major toll on U.S. physicians, according to new research in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. “Electronic health records hold great promise for … Continue reading

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AHA applauds draft Senate bill to end ‘all-or-nothing approach’ to EHR meaningful use

Draft legislation in the Senate would eliminate the “all-or-nothing approach” to meaningful use incentive programs. “Under this approach, failure to meet any one of the requirements under the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs, even by a small a Continue reading

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“Finally Friday!” EMR Audits Explained

This session was recorded on Friday, June 7, 2013. Today’s show is an interview with Jim Tate, aka The EMR Advocate. Jim talks about the new wave of audits coming from a new CMS contractor, reviewing the attestations made by … Continue reading

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