You've worked hard to comply with meaningful use guidelines, and you want to do everything possible to prevent an audit and possible recoupment of your CMS incentive payment. Meaningful Use Monitor has developed a sophisticated compliance database that provides you with a concise, multi-level view of your HITECH EHR incentive program status. Our database allows you to track core and menu requirements as well as compliance steps unique to your practice.
Unlike some of our competitors, MUM is equipped to work with facilities of every size—from small clinics to large hospital networks. We use a three-pronged approach to ensuring your diligence when it comes to meaningful use attestation that includes:
Meaningful use refers to using health information technology (HIT) — specifically, certified electronic health records (EHR) systems—in a meaningful way to improve patient care and outcomes and reduce health disparities. Meaningful use was established as part of The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), enacted to promote and expand the use of health information technology (HIT) among clinics and hospitals. Since HITECH was enacted, the adoption of electronic medical records software and certified EHR systems by clinicians and hospitals has exploded.
Clinics and hospitals who fully meet meaningful use objectives, as outlined by CMS, qualify to receive incentive payments ranging from tens of thousands of dollars for Medicare and/or Medicaid eligible professionals (EPs) to millions of dollars for Medicare/Medicaid eligible hospitals (EHs) and critical access hospitals (CAHs).
EPs, EHs and CAH’s must attest for meeting meaningful use standards for each reporting period, and Meaningful Use Monitor helps protect your attestation and ensure sure you're prepared should Figliozzi & Co. come knocking.
Ensure your diligence with the help of Meaningful Use Monitor.